Japanese Americans & 'Pearl Harbor'

The movie Pearl Harbor opens around the country this weekend. While the studio is expecting record crowds, Japanese-American groups are more apprehensive. They worry the film may rekindle anti-Japanese sentiment. Beth Accomondo of member station KPBS reports.

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