Here is the second installment of my video series.
It is a visual poem. Read, listen, feel, think.
Hopefully you will be curious, look up information and terms you don’t quite know or understand.
Be outraged? Become more understanding? Curious?
Watch this in HD for the best view!
If you prefer VIMEO – the same video is here: https://vimeo.com/153967699
Posted in: aborigines, Aeta, Africa, African-American, Afro-Asian, Art, Asia-Pacific, Asian-American, Australasia, Bikini Atoll, Black Pacific, Blasian, Colonialism, De-colonization, documentary, ecology, emancipatory social justice, ethnic cleansing, firebombing, French colonialism, Guam / Guåhan, human rights, indigenous, Intergenerational, Japan, Japanese, Japanese imperialism, Korean, Korean War, Mariana Islands, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Miki Sawada 澤田美喜, militarism, Military Industrial Complex, Mixed Race, movie, multiracial, Music, Nanban period 南蛮貿易時代, Negritos, Neo-colonization, người lai, nuclear weapons, Occupation of Guam, Occupation of Hawaii, Occupation of Japan 日本占領, Occupation of Marshall Islands, Occupation of Micronesia, Occupation of Okinawa 沖縄占領, Occupation of South Korea, Occupation of the Philippines, Oceania, Okinawa 沖縄, oppression, orphans, Pacific Islands, Philippine American War, Philippine War, Philippines, Polynesian, Portuguese slave trade, Postwar Japan, Postwar Korea, Postwar VIetnam, prostitution, Racism, sex work, Sexism, Social Justice, South Pacific, South Seas, South Seas Islands, South Seas slavery, Southeast Asia, Tirailleurs Sénégalais, U.S. military bases, Video, VIetnam, Vietnam, Vietnam War, violence, war babies, war brides, women, World War II, WWII, 太平洋, 昭和時代, 混血児