Northwest Nikkei Museum Speaker Series: Snoqualmie Community Action Network (SCAN)

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Community Event

Apr 202116
7:00p.m. - 8:00p.m.

Japanese Cultural & Community Center of Washington
1414 South Weller Street
Seattle, Washington, 98144
United States

Japanese American and Japanese immigrant laborers have contributed to the growth and development of countless industries. Here in the Pacific Northwest, one of the most important and recognizable contributions from the Japanese and Japanese American community have been within the industry of logging. Today, as logging mills become further obscured by history, advocates have been fighting to preserve the Snoqualmie Mill as a historic site. Join Cris Coffing, Julie Lake, and Dick Scheel discuss their work advocating for the recognition and preservation of the Snoqualmie Mill as it relates to the long-rooted history of Japanese American and Japanese immigrant logging labor.
This online event will be the 3rd Northwest Nikkei Museum (NNM) speaker series on Friday, April 16th starting at 7PM (PDT) via Zoom. Free to attend, but registration & required. Registration will close on April 15th, so don’t delay! Zoom sign-in is required to attend this event.
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*Registration will close on April 15th.
 Learn more about the Speaker Series


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