Annia Yoshizumi is a recent graduate in American Ethnic Studies at the University of Washington and currently works at the University of Washington School of Social Work. Born in Honolulu, Hawai`i—a Yonsei and part Filipino—Annia is interested in the Japanese American diaspora both in Hawai’i and the mainland. Ms. Yoshizumi has been on the 2012 Minidoka Pilgrimage; previously worked as a docent at the Wing Museum leading educational and cultural neighborhood tours of Chinatown–International District and Nihonmachi; is a 2012 Asian Pacific Islander Community Leaders Foundation graduate; and has facilitated workshops on cultural competency for youth in the greater Seattle area.
「私たちは戦争と結婚したのではない」：日系史における「戦争花嫁」 (We Didn't Marry the War: Stories of War Brides in Nikkei History) [AUDIO]
Stephen H. Sumida, Ph.D., Professor of American Ethnic Studies, University of Washington
Mariko Takagi-Kitayama, Ph.D., Professor, Aichi Gakuin University
Wesley Ueunten, Ph.D., Associate Professor/Asian American Studies, San Francisco State University
Time: 11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Location: Metropolitan A
Topic: 日本語のセッション (Sessions in Japanese)