ニッケイ物語 #10—ニッケイの世代:家族と コミュニティのつながり

第10回「ニッケイ物語」シリーズにようこそ!「ニッケイの世代:家族とコミュニティのつながり」は、世界中のニッケイ社会における世代間の関係に目を向け、特にニッケイの若い世代が自らのルーツや年配の世代とどのように結びついているのか(あるいは結びついていないのか)という点に焦点を当てます。その過程で、世界中のニッケイ社会がどのように進化しているのか、洞察を得ることができれば幸いです。

あなたのコミュニティの世代間の関係はどのようなものですか? どのように状況は変化し、どのように変化していないでしょうか? 魅力的なニッケイの若者をご存じですか?その若者は何をしている人ですか? あなた自身のニッケイ社会の未来はどうなっていくと思いますか? あなたのコミュニティにどのような遺産を残したいですか? 個人的な物語や回想録、インタビューやQ&A、エッセイ、リサーチ、批評など、さまざまなタイプの投稿をお待ちしています。

受付期間は2021年5月1日から9月30日18時(PDT)までです。

詳細はこちらをご参照ください: 5dn.org/sedai.

* このシリーズは、下記の団体の協力をもって行われています。 

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