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80 Years Later Film Screening

As part of the 2022 Portland Film Festival, the film 80 Years Later will make its Oregon Premier on October 15. The feature documentary 80 YEARS LATER explores the racial inheritance of Japanese American family incarceration during World War II through multigenerational conversations with survivors and their descendants. In the 80th anniversary of Executive Order… Read More »80 Years Later Film Screening

Films of Remembrance

12th Annual Films of Remembrance A day-long showcase of films commemorating the wartime incarceration of Japanese Americans in American concentration camps during World War II. Go to for full schedule.   Watch In-Person or Online The 2023 Films of Remembrance returns to in-person screenings and discussions with filmmakers in both San Francisco and San… Read More »Films of Remembrance

$10 – $50

Behind These Bars

The Japanese American Museum of Oregon, The Soul Restoration Center, and Vanport Mosaic invite you to an evening of film screening, poetry, and storytelling: BEHIND THESE BARS is an opportunity to intersect our communities sharing Japanese American history through poetry, film and cultural stories. This event honors and celebrates cultural connectedness with communities of color… Read More »Behind These Bars


Removed By Force Film Screening at Kennedy School

McMenamin’s Kennedy School, History Pub 5736 NE 33rd Ave., Portland, OR

Part of Portland’s 2024 Day of Remembrance events February 19, 2024, 7pmRemoved By Force Film ScreeningMcMenamin’s Kennedy School, History Pub5736 NE 33rd Ave.Portland, Oregon 97211 GET TICKETS To commemorate the 82nd anniversary of Executive Order 9066, the Japanese American Museum of Oregon, University of Oregon, Portland JACL, Honolulu JACL, and McMenamin’s present Removed By Force and will have… Read More »Removed By Force Film Screening at Kennedy School