California Legacy Voice Network: 2015 JAMsj Workshops

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Oct 201510
9:00a.m.

Japanese American Museum of San Jose
535 N. Fifth Street
San Jose, California, 95112
United States


The California Legacy Voice Network has scheduled a professional development workshop for teachers and administrators in Region 5 (Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, and Monterey Counties) at the Japanese American Museum of San Jose (JAMsj) in San Jose's Japantown. The workshop will be held Saturday, October 10 , 2015, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, followed by lunch and a museum tour. JAMsj is one of eight regions in California collaborating to promote awareness of the WWII incarceration.
 
Guest speakers Karen Korematsu and others will address four critical areas:

  • California's assembly centers
  • The Japanese American incarceration
  • Fred Korematsu's story
  • The family stories of local Legacy Voices

Participants will receive materials to share with students and colleagues at their schools and school districts, thus preparing them to become Legacy Voices. This Japanese American Confinement Sites grant is sponsored by the National Park Service, the Korematsu Institute for Civil Rights and Education, and JAMsj.
Pre-registration for October 10 workshop due September 24, 2015
 
Name:
Address:
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School/Grade Level:
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If retired, district and grade level
 
Send registration information to:
 
e-mail: info@jamsj.org , Attention: Shirley Ota and Judy Tokubo
address: JAMsj at 535 North Fifth Street, San Jose, CA 95112  
 
 
Cost: There is no cost for this event.  
RSVP: Contact info@jamsj.org (attention: Shirley Ota and Judy Tokubo), or call (408) 294-3138, to reserve a spot. The deadline to register for this final workshop, October 10, is September 24  

 

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