Lost LA

Baseball, A Silver Lining in the Internment Camps

Clip: Season 4 Episode 2 | 1m 30s | Video has closed captioning.

During World War II, the internment camps became involuntary homes for thousands of Japanese Americans living on the West Coast. It couldn't have been easy, but incarcerees still found way to find some measure of happiness in their surroundings. One of these ways was through playing baseball.

Aired: 10/22/19

Rating: NR

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Lost LA is a local public television program presented by PBS SoCal | KCET.