Contested Histories - Sharing Stories: Intergenerational Conversations Registration
Midwest Buddhist Temple, 435 Menomonee St, Chicago, IL
SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1-4pm and SUNDAY, MAY 19, 1-4pm

Sharing Stories: Intergenerational Conversations is organized by Next Generation Nikkei (NGN) of Chicago JACL, and Japanese American National Musuem (JANM). It is part of the Contested Histories exhibit, which will be in Chicago for a week in May to bring artifacts made by Japanese Americans during the World War II incarceration.

The conversations will be an opportunity for Japanese Americans and others with a connection to the incarceration, resettlement, and redress to share stories across generations. Facilitators will help participants to take turns listening, sharing, and asking questions in small, intimate groups.

Pre-registration is strongly recommended but walk-ins are welcome. People will be assigned to small groups of 10-15 people and groups will be set up to have multiple generations present.

Participants are welcome to attend one day or attend both.

Questions? Contact: intergen.stories@gmail.com

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What is your connection to the Japanese incarceration experience? (check all that apply) *
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Are you interested in sharing your story or your family's story of the incarceration, resettlement, redress, or intergenerational impacts in a small group conversation?
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Any family members attending, their names and relationship to you. We will keep family members in the same groups whenever possible.
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Please list any children you are bringing, their names and ages. (This event is intended to create dialogue about incarceration, resettlement and the emotions around these events. We recommend children are at least ~12 years old, but parents are welcome to use their own discretion about age appropriateness)
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