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The Jonathan Logan Family Foundation, the National Japanese American Historical Society and J-Sei Write a Review

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Starshine & Clay - A Live Play Reading with Kendra Arimoto

Aug 24 7:00PM - 8:45PM
Starshine and Clay, an award-winning screenplay written by Kendra Arimoto, will be presented for the first time as a live reading with an ensemble cast of local performers. Starshine and Clay is a…
 
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Detention, Denialism and Resisting the Camps That Wont Go Away

Aug 11 2:00PM - 4:00PM
Join historians Gary Okihiro (Yale University) and Alice Yang (University of California Santa Cruz) and other leading voices as we explore the intersection of detention, denialism and resistance and…
 
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Never Again is Now: Mobilizing the Next Generation

Aug 08 7:00PM - 9:00PM
Please join us for a screening of ALTERNATIVE FACTS: THELIES OF EXECUTIVE ORDER 9066, a documentary feature film byfilmmaker Jon Osaki about the false information and political influencesthat led to…
 
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Join us for our final First Thursday Happy Hour on August 1st! With only one month remaining, this is your last chance to enjoy after-hour access to the Then They Came for Me exhibition exploring the…
 
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Shared Footsteps: From Exclusion to Injustice

Jul 21 11:00AM - 2:00PM
Shared Footsteps: From Exclusion to InjusticeA Procession and Sansei Arts ExperienceShare in the footsteps with Sansei artists and musicians in this multi-site experience connecting the two powerful…
 
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Happy Hour and Exhibition Access for Then They Came for Me

Jul 11 5:00PM - 8:00PM
Join us for Happy Hour on July 11th!*We are offering complimentary refreshments and after-hour access to the Then They Came for Meexhibition exploring theincarceration of Japanese Americans during…
 
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A Community Fractured: Compliance and Resistance

May 11 10:00AM - 5:00PM
Who is an American? Join us for a day-long exploration through film and first-person testimony of this explosive question that the U.S. government used as a wedge to divide the Japanese American…
 
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Join us for a screening of Felicia Lowes Carved in Silence,a documentary about Chinese immigrants detained at Angel Island Immigration Station which was built to enforce the Chinese Exclusion…
 
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Children of the Camps: Objects, Detention and Displacement

Apr 28 2:00PM - 3:30PM
Memories of childhood are embedded in toys and objects from our past. But what stories lie within the items of children who were detained or displaced? Nancy Ukai, project director of 50 Objects, a…
 
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A Moment Recaptured, photos, film, & reflections

Apr 28 11:00AM - 12:30PM
A photographer and filmmakers connect the present to moments in the past captured powerfully in iconic photos of the Japanese American incarceration during WWII. Photojournalist Paul Kitagaki Jr…
 
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Who stands up? For many Japanese Americans whose WWII destiny was altered by his righteous indignation, Wayne Collins is remembered as a hero and fiery advocate, the lone lawyer to stand up for their…
 
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Haunted Healing: Confronting Intergenerational Trauma through Film & Poetry

Haunted Healing: Confronting Intergenerational Trauma through Film & Poetry

Apr 13 4:00PM - 6:00PM
Haunted Healing: Confronting Intergenerational Trauma through Film and PoetryTraces of America's dark history still haunt us today. Join us as we confront this haunting through art and conversation…
 
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Navigating Our Hxstories: an Evening of Multidisciplinary Storytelling + Makers Fair

Navigating Our Hxstories: an Evening of Multidisciplinary Storytelling + Makers Fair

Mar 30 5:00PM - 8:00PM
Join us for a powerful conclusion to Womens History Month with an evening of multidisciplinary storytelling celebrating womxn creatives in the Japanese American community.Enjoy small bites byAedan…
 
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Our Roots Run Deep: Music + Storytelling with G Yamazawa

Mar 29 7:00PM - 9:00PM
Join us for a free performance and Q&A with renowned spoken word artist and rapper, G Yamazawa.Also featuring performances from local artists Lauren Ito, Colin Masashi "Senbei" Ehara, and Nishimai…
 
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IKKAI: Once, a dance exploring culture-based stories

Mar 24 2:00PM - 4:00PM
Ikkai: Onceis a dance exploring the expression of culture-based stories and events related to the incarceration of Japanese Americans during WWII while questioning our current state of democracy…
 
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Ikkai: Onceis a dance exploring the expression of culture-based stories and events related to the incarceration of Japanese Americans during WWII while questioning our current state of democracy…
 
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INTERGENERATIONAL TRAUMA & RESILIENCEFriday, March 22, 7:00-9:00PMWhere there is oppression, there is resistance and resilience. A panel discussion by experienced activists, psychologists, and…
 
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The Realities of Othering: Islamaphobia and the Legacy of Japanese American Incarceration

The Realities of Othering: Islamaphobia and the Legacy of Japanese American Incarceration

Mar 02 5:00PM - 8:00PM
The Realities of Othering: Islamophobia and the Legacy of Japanese American Incarcerationis a conversation between Zahra Billoo, Executive Director of Council on American Islamic Relations, Bay Area…
 
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12- 2 pm - American Sutra:Interactive ActivitySee and hear the story of the sutra rocks of Heart Mountain detention center uncovered by a farmer after WWII. Paint your own sutra rock.2-4 pm -…
 
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Hold These Truths, a special theater reading by Joel de la Fuente

Feb 09 7:00PM - 9:00PM
HOLD THESE TRUTHSA solo play inspired by the life of Gordon HirabayashiJoin us for a special theater reading ofthe one-person play by Jeanne Sakata, performed by Joel de la Fuente of Amazons hit show…