Stay connected with the stories of your state while you’re stuck at home. Bring your own beverage and join us for a series of informal conversations with some of Indiana’s most interesting historians.
Asian Activism, 1960s to Today
Explore the history of intersectionality of activism in U.S. history within the Asian-American community: from internment camps during WWII to the Yellow Power movement of the 1960s and beyond. Join us for a conversation with local community activist and Director of IUPUI’s Equity Institute on Race, Culture and Transformative Action, Dr. David Suzuki. He will discuss his efforts to foster human rights, starting from his birth at Tule Lake Segregation center for incarcerated U.S. born Japanese-Americans, his childhood in Oakland, California, and eventually to his faculty career at the IU School of Medicine in Indianapolis.
Free. Additional opportunities available to support the IHS Programs and Collections.
Online. Registration for this event will close two hours before the program. Guests will receive a hyperlink for the event after registration.
This happy hour is brought to you by OneAmerica Financial Partners, a national provider in the insurance and financial services marketplace.