Japanese-American internment survivors protest U.S. treatment of migrants

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  • Published on:  Monday, June 24, 2019
  • Five Japanese-American elders protested Saturday at the Fort Sill army base in Oklahoma, where the Trump administration plans to indefinitely detain 1,400 migrant children. Fort Sill was an internment camp for 700 Japanese-American men in 1942. It was one of more than 70 sites where the U.S. government incarcerated about 120,000 Japanese Americans during World War II.#DemocracyNowDemocracy Now! is an independent global news hour that airs on nearly 1,400 TV and radio stations Monday through Friday. Watch our livestream 8-9AM ET: https://democracynow.orgPlease consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today: https://democracynow.org/donateFOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE:YouTube: http://youtube.com/democracynow Facebook: http://facebook.com/democracynow Twitter: https://twitter.com/democracynowInstagram: http://instagram.com/democracynowSoundCloud: http://soundcloud.com/democracynow iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/demo... Daily Email Digest: https://democracynow.org/subscribe


  • Dee Dee Winfrey
    Dee Dee Winfrey  1 months ago +54

    My native American ancestors felt the same way...thank you for the protest. American bullies ...aka the military.

  • Monica Heisz
    Monica Heisz  1 months ago +39

    Are you going to arrest us?
    Then we're not leaving. ❤

  • Debra M
    Debra M  1 months ago +33

    Thank you protestors for standing up for the rights of immigrants!!..Bravo

  • paladinbob 123
    paladinbob 123  1 months ago +33

    i salute those older american's who have lived to see such times as america' lowest hour when it came to the rights of american born citizens ..such a stand is worthy of respect :)

  • whyputaname2
    whyputaname2  1 months ago +21

    Wow it sounds like the military guy was just pissed off because there were protesters there..
    I would've asked him what part of the Constitution did he not understand..

  • Jason Reyes
    Jason Reyes  1 months ago +24

    That guy is violating their constitutional rights. That land is paid for by taxpayers therefore they have every right to peaceably assemble there. His anger does not override the first amendment.

  • Jay Hershey
    Jay Hershey  1 months ago +19

    To the Americans of Japanese descent, protesting the incarceration of Latinos and their children, I would like to give two thumbs up!

  • Diane laughalot
    Diane laughalot  1 months ago +18

    That's what these places are! Concentration camp's this is disgraceful.

  • Amir Fahmi
    Amir Fahmi  1 months ago +15

    The biggest concentration camp ever built in human history is Gaza.

  • Diane laughalot
    Diane laughalot  1 months ago +12

    This country is officially a dictator country. Wow!

  • Purple Carnations
    Purple Carnations  1 months ago +34

    Why don't European Americans call themselves European Americans instead of Americans? 🤔 Is it because they feel entitled to live on stolen land?

  • D. V. Crystal
    D. V. Crystal  1 months ago +43

    White guy: What don’t you people understand?
    Thanks brave protestors. Keep up the good nonviolent ‘fight’.

  • Delfino Garza
    Delfino Garza  1 months ago +7

    You ignore him

  • johnnyr25
    johnnyr25  1 months ago +5

    👏👏👏 Go kick rocks, MP

  • onlinepokeraddiction
    onlinepokeraddiction  1 months ago +2

    Thanks for standing up for what's right.

    NOYDB  1 months ago +3

    Yelling at them like theyre recruits. It's funny when people ignore a knob.
    Lighten up Francis.

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    *  1 months ago +2

    Sadly if they’re lucky these children will get a half hearted apology from the U.S government in about 50 years. Of course by then irreparable damage would’ve been done.

  • Darlene Mchugh
    Darlene Mchugh  1 months ago +1

    Good for you fight for those people. I just want to say I'm so sorry that happened to you!

  • Robert Eugene
    Robert Eugene  1 months ago +2

    Brave old people full of conscience. Assets to the community. American authorities, like many, just wont deal with it's fk ups of the past and so repeats them, like idiots. Unless they don't believe those were injustices, so repeating is deliberate, which is more chilling

  • Rawb Ja
    Rawb Ja  28 days ago

    My Japanese grandfather fled to Mexico to avoid these camps, how can you support the side who signed the Executive Order 9066?