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Sunday, October 5, 1997
2:00 PM—5:00 PM

Doubles: Japan and America's Intercultural Children

Community Issues Series
Video screening & panel discussion

Growing up in today’s society can be challenging, especially if one of your parents is from Japan and the other from America. How do these two cultures blend together? What is your identity? Where do you fit in culturally? These are some of the questions raised in Regge Life’s video, Doubles. Join us for the screening of this video followed by a thought-provoking panel discussion. This is a collaborative program between Little Tokyo Service Center, Los Angeles chapter of the Hapa Issues Forum, and the Museum. Free with Museum admission. Reservations required by October 1.

Thursday, March 13, 1997
7:00 PM—8:00 PM

East West Players Writers Gallery Series: Slants

Thursday Evening at the Museum Play Reading

The fourth play in this series is a reading of Hiro Kanegawa’s exciting play, Slants. Sunny, the lone Asian American student hanging with a bunch of frat boys, has her dorm room spray-painted with moronic racial epithets. She’d rather not know who did it. Free. Reservations required. Limited seating available.

Thursday, February 20, 1997
7:00 PM—8:30 PM

Evening of Remembrance

Letters from Camp Exhibit Series Presentation and Video Screening

Speakers from the Day of Remembrance ad hoc committee of the National Coalition for Redress and Reparations present an “Evening of Remembrance” at the Museum. The 1988 film, Justice Now, Reparations Now by pioneering Asian American filmmaker Alan Kondo will be shown. This program takes place two days before the “Day of Remembrance” program at the Japan America Theater on Saturday, February 22.

The “Day of Remembrance” commemorates the signing on February 19, 1942 of Executive Order 9066, authorizing the mass evacuation and incarceration of all West Coast Japanese Americans in concentration camps. Free. Reservations required. Limited seating available.

In conjunction with the exhibition Dear Miss Breed: Letters from Camp
Thursday, February 13, 1997
7:00 PM—8:00 PM

East West Players Writers Gallery Series

Thursday Evening at the Museum Play Reading

The third reading in this series is Philip W. Chung’s sensational play, Yellow Face. Veteran actor and director Soon-Tek Oh directs a talented cast in this play about a forensic artist who works to capture a man who slices off the faces of his Asian victims in this exploration of self-hatred and monsters. Free. Reservations required. Limited seating available.

 

 

 

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