A Stunning Graphic Memoir Recounting Actor Author Activist George Takei S Childhood Imprisoned Within American Concentration Camps During World War II Experience The Forces That Shaped An American Icon And America Itself In This Gripping Tale Of Courage, Country, Loyalty, And Love.George Takei Has Captured Hearts And Minds Worldwide With His Captivating Stage Presence And Outspoken Commitment To Equal Rights But Long Before He Braved New Frontiers In Star Trek, He Woke Up As A Four Year Old Boy To Find His Own Birth Country At War With His Father S And Their Entire Family Forced From Their Home Into An Uncertain Future.In 1942, At The Order Of President Franklin D Roosevelt, Every Person Of Japanese Descent On The West Coast Was Rounded Up And Shipped To One Of Ten Relocation Centers, Hundreds Or Thousands Of Miles From Home, Where They Would Be Held For Years Under Armed Guard They Called Us Enemy Is Takei S Firsthand Account Of Those Years Behind Barbed Wire, The Joys And Terrors Of Growing Up Under Legalized Racism, His Mother S Hard Choices, His Father S Faith In Democracy, And The Way Those Experiences Planted The Seeds For His Astonishing Future.What Is American Who Gets To Decide When The World Is Against You, What Can One Person Do To Answer These Questions, George Takei Joins Co Writers Justin Eisinger Steven Scott And Artist Harmony Becker For The Journey Of A Lifetime.
George Hosato Takei is an American actor best known for his role in the TV series Star Trek, in which he played the helmsman Hikaru Sulu on the USS Enterprise His baritone earned Takei recurring appearances as the announcer for The Howard Stern Show starting on January 9, 2006, after that show s move to satellite radio.
- 204 pages
- They Called Us Enemy
- George Takei
- 12 January 2019 George Takei