“Serve the People” - Author’s Book Talk with Karen L. Ishizuka

Karen is also an award-winning film producer and museum curator. Explore how Sansei (3rd generation Japanese Americans) activists created a nation-wide Asian American youth movement in the early 1970s and how the legacy of their work lives on today in San Jose’s Japantown.

 

1:00 PM to 2:30 PM

Japanese American Museum of San Jose

535 N. Fifth Street

San Jose, CA 95112

 

“Feed the People” - Reception

with food, music, discussion and book signing by Karen Ishizuka -
a chance to share stories and learn how activists were inspired to
create Yu-Ai Kai and other community organizations.

 

3:00 PM to 5:30 PM  (Doors open at 2:30 PM)

Yu-Ai Kai Japanese American Community Senior Service

588 N. 4th Street

San Jose, CA 95112

 

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* Author Book Talk Only - Adult $8, Senior/Student $5, JAMsj Member Free

* Feed the People Reception Only - Adult $15, Senior/Student $13, JAMsj Member $10

* Attend both Book Talk and Feed the People Reception - Adult $20, Senior/Student $16, JAMsj Member $10

* After 10/30 or at the door (Both Events) - $30

 

   

 

For more information contact Tom Izu at izutom@deanza.edu
Sponsored by the Japanese American Museum of San Jose, Yu-Ai Kai Japanse
American Community Senior Service and J-Town Community TV with support from
the New  GenerationNikkei Fund and the California History Center Foundation at
De Anza College.