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Multnomah County Library and the Japanese American Museum of Oregon present
A program of Everybody Reads 2023
Surviving Japanese American Incarceration: A Conversation & Book Discussion
Joni Kimoto and her granddaughter Lauren Yoshiko Terry will share intergenerational stories around themes of identity and belonging. As a child, Joni was incarcerated at Minidoka, Idaho, one of 10 American concentration camps that held Japanese Americans during WWII.
Afterwards, there will be a facilitated discussion of Ruth Ozeki’s book A Tale for the Time Being.
Saturday, January 21, 2–4 pm
Japanese American Museum of Oregon
411 NW Flanders St.