Three Japanese American women: Delphine Hirasun - author and curator of Art of Gaman, Judy Shintan - artist exhibiting at PMA, and Jill Guillermo-Togaw - dancer and choreographer, discuss how they keep this history alive using different modalities and intimate stories of the internees. Grace Morizawa, author and educator, will moderate.
Civil Liberties in a Time of Fear: The Japanese American Incarceration and the Threat to Muslim Americans
The Harvard Law School Association of Los Angeles, the Japanese American National Museum & the Japanese American Bar Association invite you to join us for a panel discussion. Please join local alumni in the L.A. area and members of the public for a panel discussion.
Topic: "Exclusion & Incarceration Across Communities"
Special Guests including Alicia Garza, Co-founder #BlackLivesMatter
Other Special Guests to be announced