Marii Hasegawa Gentle Woman of a Dangerous Kind
in 1919, Marii Hasegawa moved to California from Japan when barely one year old. It was not long after she was graduated form the University of California at Berkeley, earinign a dgree in home economics, that the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. About 110,000 people of Japanese birth an descent - including Marii and her family, were forcibly interned in US war relocation camps. After the war, she moved east, married a scientist, raised two daughters, ran the family farm, and quietly began working for peace and human rights. More than 60 years later, she was still at it.
2012 Small Steps Films.