On April 27, 2014, an overflow crowd of about 150 turned out to watch the film screening of “Targeted Village, ” an award winning documentary about local Okinawan villagers opposing the construction of a US military base in Henoko. The event was organized by Megumi Chibana, Obuchi scholarship recipient and doctoral candidate in political science at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
This event is co-sponsored by the UHM Center for Pacific Island Studies, Ethnic Studies Department, Indigenous Politics Program, Akisamiyo-! Club, and Oceania Rising.
Japan Times: “Film depicts Okinawans’ fight against Ospreys”