BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20230128T000000Z DTEND:20230128T000000Z DESCRIPTION:<strong><span style="color: #c21313\;">FREE</strong>\n\n<strong ><span style="color: #c21313\;"><a href=" /9644p/tickets?tab=2&amp\;txobjid=2c9bcbd8-0245-47fa-aae5-4e7b7d3f6616" ta rget="_blank">RSVP NOW</a></strong>\n\nWho advocated for Japanese American s during World War II and what motivated them? What made them act when mos t didn’t? What are lessons we can learn from the past to become advocate s and allies for those who are facing injustice now?\n\nIn conjunction wit h the closing of the exhibition <em>Sutra and Bible: Faith and the Japane se American WWII Incarceration</em>\, scholars and activists will join tog ether to discuss allies past and present\, what inspires them\, and how we can become good neighbors to each other. Scholars <strong>Jonathan Van H armelen</strong>\, <strong>Ann Blankenship</strong>\, and <strong>Beth H essel</strong> will highlight those outside the Japanese American communi ty who acted in support of those incarcerated during the war. <strong>Rev erend Deborah Lee</strong>\, Executive Director of Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity\, will be joined by colleagues who are doing work at the intersection of spirituality and social movements to defend the humanity o f immigrants incarcerated today.\n\n<em>Photo credit: Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity</em> DTSTAMP:20231130T043516Z SUMMARY:Who Is My Neighbor? Allyship Then and Now URL:/en/events/2023/01/28/who-is-my-neighbor-allyship-then-and-now/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR