In partnership with Humanities Washington, Kitsap Regional Library and the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (BIMA), Library U presents a six-part series featuring speakers from the Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau. All programs are free (with donations welcome), thanks to funding from Humanities Washington.
Mayumi Tsutakawa:The Pine and the Cherry - Japanese Americans in Washington
Presented by BIMA in partnership with Humanities WA, the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Community, and Library U.
Mayumi Tsutakawa tells the story of her 100-year history against the backdrop of this American travesty of justice and equality on the anniversary date of the first forced removal of Japanese Americans.
Free, reservations are recommended.
Note: The BIMA programs are part of its MOMENTUM Festival. Many events, including those listed above, are free. Reservations open to the public on February 16.