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Gay Love and Japanese Internment
by Rodion Rebenyar

Designed for the mandatory resettlement of persons of Japanese ancestry, Executive Order 9066, signed by President Franklin Roosevelt was designed to protect them from the hysteria which permeated the West Coast after the attack at Pearl Harbor. What it ultimately did was destroy family life, exclude an entire community of largely law-abiding American citizens. For two young men on opposite sides of the relocation order it is devastating. Kenji Nakamura and Jordan Applegate grapple with issues of war, hate, mistrust and turmoil that confront them. Can their deep love for one another survive? This is a different kind of “coming-of-age” story, set against a turbulent time in American history.  

260 pages, paperback

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Author Rodion Rebenyar
Publishers CreateSpace
Year of Publication 2016

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KENJI WANTS OUT – 1
Gay Love and Japanese Internment
Rodion Rebenyar

Designed for the mandatory resettlement of persons of Japanese ancestry, Executive Order 9066, signed by President Franklin Roosevelt was designed to protect them from the hysteria which permeated the West Coast after the attack at Pearl Harbor. What it ultimately did was destroy family life, exclude an entire community of largely law-abiding American citizens. For two young men on opposite sides of the relocation order it is devastating. Kenji Nakamura and Jordan Applegate grapple with issues of war, hate, mistrust and turmoil that confront them. Can their deep love for one another survive? This is a different kind of “coming-of-age” story, set against a turbulent time in American history.  

260 pages, paperback

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Gay Love and Japanese Internment
by Rodion Rebenyar

Designed for the mandatory resettlement of persons of Japanese ancestry, Executive Order 9066, signed by President Franklin Roosevelt was designed to protect them from the hysteria which permeated the West Coast after the attack at Pearl Harbor. What it ultimately did was destroy family life, exclude an entire community of largely law-abiding American citizens. For two young men on opposite sides of the relocation order it is devastating. Kenji Nakamura and Jordan Applegate grapple with issues of war, hate, mistrust and turmoil that confront them. Can their deep love for one another survive? This is a different kind of “coming-of-age” story, set against a turbulent time in American history.  

260 pages, paperback