GAMBATTE BE STRONG: Stories of Japanese American Displacement and Resilience in Portland, Oregon

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GAMBATTE BE STRONG

Stories of Japanese American Displacement and Resilience in Portland, Oregon

Created by Chisao Hata (Oregon PSR member) and Nikki Nojima Louis

The immigrant journey of the Japanese in Oregon is paved with stories of perseverance and courage. Gambatte Be Strong is the rallying cry for an original reading of the little known stories of Japanese immigration and life in America which included the loss of Japantown, the impact of EO 9066 and the eventual return of Japanese Americans to Oregon after their incarceration during WWII to Vanport, Oregon.

Two public performances offered as part of the 2017 Vanport Mosaic Festival, May 26 - 29:

Saturday 5/27/2017, 2pm and Sunday 5/28/2017, 7pm
The Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center
5340 N Interstate Ave, Portland, OR 97217

Running time 1 hour with no intermission. IFCC box office opens one hour before curtain.
General Admission: $10, Students; Seniors $5.
Limited seating, reservations encouraged.

Tickets and program listings: www.vanportmosaic.org.

Or directly:

SATURDAY MAY 27, 2017 @ 2PM

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gambatte-be-strong-staged-reading-tickets-32705874150

SUNDAY, MAY 28TH, 2017 @7PM

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gambatte-be-strong-staged-reading-tickets-33327983897?aff=es2

For more information call 917.405.7169

WHEN
May 27, 2017 at 2pm - 4pm
WHERE
The Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center
5340 N Interstate Ave
Portland, OR 97217
United States
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