Then They Came for Me: Incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II Friday, January 26 through Sunday, May 6 ICP Museum – 250 Bowery Admission: $14 adults/$12 seniors/$10 students/Free members and children 14 and under The International Center of Photography (ICP), the world’s leading institution dedicated to photography and visual culture, presents Then They Came for Me: Incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II, … Continue reading Photography Exhibition Documenting Japanese American Incarceration at ICP 🗓 🗺
Hold These Truths Wednesday, December 6 through Wednesday, December 20 The Sheen Center – 18 Bleecker Street (between Mott and Elizabeth Streets) Admission: $31 to $51 Jeanne Sakata’s play Hold These Truths will be back in NYC at the Sheen Center for a limited run. Hold These Truths is a one-man play starring Joel de la Fuente that tells the poignant story of Gordon Hirabayashi, who in 1942 … Continue reading “Hold These Truths” Returns to New York 🗓
JACL endorses a petition to protect Tule Lake Segregation Center Continue reading New York-Based Japanese American Group Supports Campaign to Stop Fence on Historic Property
David Zwirner’s first exhibition dedicated to Japanese American artist Asawa Continue reading Ruth Asawa Exhibition at David Zwirner
Magician Rich Kameda performs solo show Continue reading An Internment Camp Magic Show
Documentary explores the legacy of the Japanese American incarceration Continue reading "For the Sake of the Children" at the Museum of the Moving Image
Dance about interment at Asian Heritage Celebration 2017 Continue reading Kaoru Ikeda/MoustacheCat Dance Presents "Freedom isn't Free"
Japanese American internment, LGBTQ rights, and social media Continue reading An Evening with George Takei at BAM
Art shaped by internment Continue reading Roger Shimomura: Minidoka and Beyond
Panel discussion with Japanese Americans who were interned during WWII Continue reading Japanese American Experience and Incarceration during World War II: Could It Happen Again?