BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20201119T000000Z DTEND:20201119T000000Z DESCRIPTION:Join Smithsonian Affiliations\, Smithsonian Asian Pacific Ameri can Center\, the Japanese American National Museum\, and the Wing Luke Mus eum of the Asian Pacific American for a discussion on activism and finding joy after the destruction of trauma\, resilience in response to oppressio n\, and ways this has been observed throughout history in Asian American c ommunities.\n\n<strong>Dr. Emily Anderson</strong> will speak about the im portant role that religious institutions and individuals played in providi ng a sense of security and stability for Japanese Americans during World W ar II. <strong>Jessica Rubenacker</strong> will present the Wing Luke Muse um's recent examples of community healing through art with the Chinatown-I nternational Love Letters campaign\, mural project collaboration with arti st <strong>Moses Sun. Adriel Luis</strong> will moderate.\n\n<strong><span style="text-decoration: underline\;"><a href=" /webinar/register/1716033859247/WN_XRlXTuaeRQuW7v1IUmGrkQ" target="_blank" >RSVP NOW</a></strong> DTSTAMP:20230322T033541Z SUMMARY:A Legacy of Healing\, Rebirth and Leadership: A Smithsonian Affilia tions Virtual Scholar Talk URL:/en/events/2020/11/19/a-legacy-of-healing-rebirth-and-leadership-a-smi/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR