Hear about the 25,000 origami cranes sent from around the country, local support work for migrant and asylum seekers, and the Nikkei Progressives’ Families Belong Together quilt.
Join Visual Communications and Asian and Pacific Islander Americans in Historic Preservation to learn about the history of Filipino Americans in Los Angeles.
Sharing the stories of immigrants and the history behind the rich social fabric of the Glendale community.
A “breaking bread” storytelling event that will bring community members together to share global breads and watch video stories of local community members.
Explore traditional Mexican kite-making as a tool to transcend current border politics and celebrate cultural resilience.
Fly embroidered kites made in the previous day’s workshops.
SANTA CRUZ—Exhibition/Open House: Crafting a Future of Resilience Beyond Borders First Friday Reception
Open house for an exhibit featuring work produced by workshop participants & public kite flying performance.