A Voice to the Voiceless
Okinawa Prefecture is home to US military bases, and cases in which American servicemen abandon local women and leave them to raise their children alone are not uncommon. For 28 years, American attorney Annette Callagain fought for those mothers to obtain child support. Though Annette left Okinawa, she came back to help a woman who was separated from her Japanese mother soon after birth. We follow Annette in her efforts to give the women a voice and shed light on this social issue.
Annette has worked to help women in Okinawa for 28 years
Okinawa is home to US bases, and issues often occur between American servicemen and local women
Annette is reunited with one of the women she's helped
Kim, who was born to a Japanese woman and an American soldier, visits her mother's family with Annette