Upcoming Talk with Smithsonian Curator
On November 4th (4-6 pm), the NEJACL is sponsoring
a talk by Noriko Sanefuji, curator of "Righting a Wrong:
The Japanese American Experience during World War
II," currently featured in the Smithsonian's Museum of
American History through December 8. The program
is free and open to the public. It is being held at the
MIT Center for International Studies, E40-4th Floor,
1 Amherst Street, Cambridge.
October 2017 Newsletter
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Sus Ito's "Before They Were Heroes"
Exhibit in Boston
"Before They Were Heroes" is an exhibition
of photographs taken by the late Dr. Susumu
(Sus) Ito while he was a member of the
celebrated World War II 442nd Regimental
Combat Team is opening at The Transit
Gallery of Harvard Medical School in
Boston on Wednesday, May 3 and will
continue through June 26. A reception
for the exhibit is scheduled for Thursday,
May 18. For more info, click on the flyer
April 2017 Newsletter
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Click here for information on a new
JACL program that provides an opportunity
for youth (ages 18-25) to learn about the
WWII incarceration, including a visit to
Manzanar. Forty (40) participants will be
selected to attend one of two sessions in
July and August 2017. Interested students
can apply here:
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11.04.17 [Facebook site]
Curating Injustice: On Assembling "Righting
a Wrong" and Other Exhibitions on the Asian
MIT Center for International Studies
1 Amherst Street
"Resistance at Tule Lake" Film Screening
Boston Asian American Film Festival
6:30 pm (Sold Out)
Bright Family Screening Room
The Paramount Center - Emerson College
559 Washington St.
"Before They Were Heroes" Reception
Harvard Medical School
25 Shattuck Street
Day of Remembrance
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
20 Ames Street