No No Boy
Originally published 06/27/2016
Yes, Yes to "No-No Boy," the New Play About a World War II Japanese-American Who Faces a Wrenching Decision in an Internment Camp
"No-No Boy," a play by Ken Nagasaki, tells a troubling, scorching story of one Japanese-American’s decision to refuse to join the U.S. Army while he lived in one of the camps.
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