Loan Your Photographs and Documents to Densho
If your family or community organization has photographs or documents related to the Japanese American experience during and surrounding World War II, please consider loaning them to Densho for digital preservation. Your collection will contribute to one of the largest and most diverse online educational collections about the Japanese American experience. We are interested in photographs, letters and diaries, artwork, government documents, etc. Densho does not retain materials for a physical collection. Instead, we seek to create high quality digital copies for preservation purposes and for web/online access. We return the materials after the processing is complete. If you have something to loan, please contact Densho's Collections Manager Caitlin Oiye (email@example.com or 206-320-0095). Materials will be reviewed and accepted at the discretion of the Collections Manager.
Teacher Training Workshop in Boise
Densho is presenting a teacher training workshop in Boise, Idaho, on June 21st. This workshop will use materials about the World War II incarceration of Japanese Americans to examine how to use primary sources in the classroom. The workshop will be led by Executive Director Tom Ikeda and Education Consultant Janet Hayakawa.
Funding for these workshops is provided in part by the Minidoka National Historic Site.
>> To register or for more information contact Carol Ash at firstname.lastname@example.org or (208) 933-4125
Thank You to the City of Seattle
The City of Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs is generously providing funding to help produce this month's eNews and for other core programs during the month of June. Thank you Seattle.
>> Learn more about the City of Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs