Part A: today we discussed more in depth about the idea. And it's settle where and when we will take the photos
Part B: as a producer I had to make sure everyone had to do their part for this goal. And that I have to make sure, we'll meet at location that we'll take the picture and bring materials,
Part A: Our group discussed of many ideas that we could do, which was what the book represented it's theme and how we could make it to art (photography).
Part B: As the job for a producer (the job which I'm placed) To make these ideas possible. I have to find the location for where the pictures would be taken. And get the objects if needed. I'll need to research any traditions that I can find symbolism.
To summarize, In the late 1942 of the month of November, Min Tanaka (the character of this story) was taken to the "concentration camp" which was really a internment camps for all Japanese, due to the Government they were suspicious of the Japanese that was living in America that will pose threat to the U.S. Once again. Since the pearl attack. Anyways, Min Tanaka was in south Carolina. His family and him had to to leave to the camps and leave everything behind even his dog, Mickey. In addition he was very sad of leaving his dog. Pets weren't allowed in the camps. That was his "depression." Months later, he saw snow for the first time, his friends were surprised too. Since their leftovers of construction wood, it was used as sleds. These sleds were the fun for these children including Min Tanaka. It was weird and rare when one of the guards from the camps play/ sled with the children. But there problems that only the adults seen, the controversy of placing all Japanese in one "city" which was unfair. In these camps they lacked basic needs for example the basic medicines. The descriptions of the camp was like desert and two fences. Which the children sled out of boundary and received a warning to not go out of boundary. Min realized the warning was toward about them and not the sleds. The title of this podcast was "Slip Slidin' away."