“JA MIA? Empowering Nikkei for the AAPI Community”

Join us this Saturday!!

Traci Ishigo, one of our beloved student activists from San Fernando Valley, has put together an amazing day full of workshops, panels, discussions, and food for the Japanese American community in the valley. Come out to the San Fernando Valley JACC (yes it will be hot in the valley, but the room will be cool!) to learn about how your identity fits into the larger Asian American identities. Do you want to know how you can be an Asian American activist from your home, in your school, in your workplace? You’ve found the right place. We’ll see you there!!

Seeking Applicants for our new oral history program in San Fernando Valley!

Seeking Applicants for our new oral history program in San Fernando Valley! (by: Eri Kameyama)

Have you ever heard your grandmother talk about her childhood memories? Have you ever wanted to share your family history? Well, here is your chance! High-schoolers, college students and adults are highly encouraged to apply now for our new program!!

JACL PSW, SFV JACL, and the SFV Japanese American Community Center (JACC) is partnering up to run this new multi-generational oral history program called “Katarou Histories” for this upcoming summer. “Katarou” means “lets share stories” and this is the purpose of this program– to tell stories across generations.

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