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Thursday, November 8, 2007

Reclaiming Lives Turned Upside Down

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At the Glendale Public Library
222 East Harvard St., Glendale, CA 91205

FREE!

Mitch Maki, dean of the college of Health and Human Services, California State University Dominguez Hills, moderates a panel with National Museum volunteers and docents, June Aoki, Richard "Babe" Karasawa, Mas Matsumoto, and author Julie Otsuka.

Wednesday, November 7, 2007
7:00 PM

Meet Author Julie Otsuka

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At the Glendale Public Library
222 East Harvard St., Glendale, CA 91205

FREE

When the Emperor Was Divine author Julie Otsuka in conversation with best-selling author and editor of Los Angeles Noir, Denise Hamilton.

Saturday, November 3, 2007

Glendale Public Library Card Holders FREE Day!

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Present your Glendale Public Library card and receive free admission to the National Museum!

One Book/One Glendale: A Citywide Reading Event

Designed to unify Glendale's diverse community, One Book/One Glendale hopes to foster community through the universal themes of family, injustice, and freedom explored in Julie Otsuka's historical novel, When the Emperor Was Divine. In conjunction with this citywide reading event, the National Museum presents a series of public programs that transports the stories and narratives told within the National Museum's walls to the Glendale Public Library. These programs on November 7, 8, 10, and 14 (see specific listings for program details) will be held at the Glendale Public Library, 222 East Harvard St., Glendale, CA 91205. For more information about One Book/One Glendale, contact Mary Alice Wollam at mwollam@ci.glendale.ca.us or 818.548.2047.

Sunday, October 7, 2007
11:00 AM

Living Arts Expo

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FREE

Join horticultural experts as they sell their wares and share their expertise during a gardening extravaganza involving bonsai (trees in containers), aiseki (viewing stones), bamboo, and more! Participants include Aiseki Kai, Fuji Bonsai Nursery, San Gabriel Nursery, Kushi's Tree Design, Torrance Cymbidium Society, NK Tree Nursery, Descanso Bonsai Society, and Ralph Evans Botanical Partners.

Made possible, in part, by the Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles.

In conjunction with the exhibition Landscaping America: Beyond the Japanese Garden
Saturday, August 18, 2007

67th Nisei Week Japanese Festival Begins

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August 18-26, 2007
All Day
The 67th Nisei Week Japanese Festival, including the Grand Parade, Street Fair and Street Ondo in Little Tokyo. For more information, please call 213.687.7193 or visit www.niseiweek.org.

Thursday, May 17, 2007
6:00 PM

"We Do, Too": APIs and the Marriage Equality Debate

A panel of experts discuss the historical, political, religious, and legal implications of the debate on equal marriage rights for lesbians and gays. Presenters include Reverend Mark Nakagawa, senior minister of Centenary United Methodist Church in Little Tokyo, attorney Karin Wang of the Asian Pacific American Legal Center, and author/activist Helen Zia, who in 2005 married her long-time partner in San Francisco. Moderated by Marshall Wong, co-chair of the coalition, API Equality--LA. Welcoming remarks by George Takei*, Chair Emeritus of the National Museum Board of Trustees. Reception to follow. More information at www.gapsn.org/wedotoo.pdf

This program is co-sponsored by APAIT, Asian Pacific American Legal Center, API Equality-LA, APAs for Progress, API P-FLAG, API Pride Council, and the UCLA Asian American Studies Center.

*Appearance subject to cancellation based on professional obligations.

 

 

 

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