March 2015 Newsletter
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Day of Remembrance to Feature The Genki Spark
This year's NEJACL Day of Remembrance program
will feature The Genki Spark, a multi-generational,
pan-Asian women's arts and advocacy
organization that uses Japanese taiko drumming
and personal stories in its performances. The program
will focus on how art is used as an educational tool
and how taiko drumming has emerged as a popular
art form. This event is free and open to the public. The
program begins at 7:30 on Thursday, February 19, 2015
in the Sophia Gordon Multipurpose Room at Tufts
University, 15 Talbot Avenue, Medford, MA. This event
is co-sponsored by the Tufts Asian American Center
and the Tufts Japanese Culture Club.
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NEJACL Fall Potluck: Hidden Treasures
Do you have a closet filled with items your
family has saved over the years, whether
it's from the WWII camps or from your Issei
ancestors? You'll have an opportunity to find
out more about them from experts at JACL's
Fall Potluck on Sunday, October 26.
Representatives from the Japanese American
National Museum (JANM) in Los Angeles will
be discussing their work to collect and catalog
photos and memorabilia being donated by
Susumu Ito, New England JACL member and
442nd veteran, for a proposed JANM exhibit.
You are invited to bring one or two items
to show the JANM representatives and share
the stories behind them with the group.
Our speakers and guests from JANM will
include Maggie Wetherbee, Collections
Manager, and other members of the JANM
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Day of Remembrance:
Taiko Performance by The Genki Spark
Sophia Gordon Multipurpose Room
15 Talbot Avenue