Contested Histories: Open Mic Night
The Open Mic Night 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. This event is to allow all generations, with a connection to the incarceration and resettlement, to share any talent, such as spoken words, play reading, dancing, or music. Each act is limited to 10 minutes, max.

Saturday, May 18
7:30 pm
Midwest Buddhist Temple
435 W Menomonee St, Chicago, IL 60614

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