Moving Days: The Japanese American Experience in the Santa Clara Valley

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Exhibition

Sep 201230 Dec 201231

Cupertino Library
10800 Torre Avenue
Cupertino, California, 95014
United States

A new exhibit, Moving Days: The Japanese American Experience in the Santa Clara Valley, will be featured at the Cupertino Library starting on September 30, 2012. The exhibit, which runs through December 31, 2012, will also be accompanied by an exhibit opening reception and a panel discussion, Local Japanese Americans Remember World War II, on September 30 and a panel discussion, Civil Liberties and the Japanese American Experience, on November 18.

The exhibit and program series is presented by the Cupertino Library, the Cupertino Library Foundation (CLF), and the Cupertino Historical Society. Community partners for the exhibit and program are JAMsj and the California History Center at De Anza College.
 
"We are very grateful to the Japanese American Museum of San Jose for its generosity.  The museum has provided the Santa Clara Valley History Collaborative with access to a wealth of historical photographs, artifacts and artwork that poignantly portray many aspects of the lives of Japanese Americans in the Santa Clara Valley over the last 70 years," notes Cupertino Community Librarian, Mark Fink. "We are fortunate to have the opportunity to bring this powerful and thought-provoking exhibit and series of programs to the community. The Cupertino Library Foundation continues to be a catalyst by bringing us all together to share our resources."

 

JAMsj . Last modified Aug 22 2012 4:56 p.m.


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