Densho Dinner @ Home

Thank you for joining us at the Densho Dinner @ Home on Saturday, October 24th!

You can rewatch the event with closed captions below. 

If you weren’t able to attend the event, your gift can still help us preserve the stories of the past to inform the next generation. Click here to give!

We deeply appreciate your support and generosity that allows us to continue to preserve, educate, and share the story of the Japanese American incarceration.

Our history shows that in moments of turmoil, our connections to one another matter more than ever. Together we can transform this challenging time into a moment for powerful social change.

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