Lessons from 9/11 and 3.11
Thursday, May 28 from 6:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.
Live via Zoom
EngageAsia presents a conversation with 9/11 survivors who have played a significant role in healing survivors of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of March 11, 2011.
In the aftermath of 3.11, a group of New Yorkers who survived 9/11 began traveling to Japan regularly. They listen to survivors, engage in dialogue, and share lessons of healing and hope. Join six leaders from this group of amazing people in a live discussion about their experiences. What they’ve learned can offer hope and guidance today.
The speakers will be Meri Lobel, Jeannette Gutierrez, Ann Van Hine, Craig Katz, Robert Yanagisawa, and Joyce Grossbard. David Janes, Chari of the Board of EngageAsia, will moderate.
This is the third webinar in EngageAsia’s Resilience Webinar Series, which is a journey of stories, lessons, and ideas to inspire and build resilience in the face of change and uncertainty.
To register, please click here for the link.
EngageAsia is a U.S.-based not-for-profit organization with a mission of engaging teachers in innovative programs that build cross-cultural understanding and foster community throughout the Asia-Pacific. As an educational incubator, EngageAsia seeks to spark new ways to teach and learn and also engage in activities designed to promote dialogue on these topics. For more information, please visit EngageAsia’s website.