June 5, 2021
YouTube Live: http://bit.ly/1000HopesPanel
Online: "1000 Hopes" BIPOC Panel
Saturday, June 5, 2021
A discussion of the recent art project and racism in Oregon's history.
Tune in for a live online panel presentation led by “1000 Hopes” artist Sara Miura Zolbrod at http://bit.ly/1000HopesPanel
She will host and talk about the recent 1000 Hopes participatory art installation at the Downtown Eugene Public Library, then with other BIPOC panelists, briefly survey Oregon’s past state-led racism.
Panelists: Eric Richardson is Executive Director of NAACP Eugene/Springfield. Maya Rabasa is a member of the board of directors of Centro Latino Americano and newly elected member of the board of Eugene School District 4J. Haley Case-Scott is a Siletz Tribal Member and NAACP Eugene/Springfield staff member. Aimee Yogi became an expert in the 1942 forcible removal of Japanese-Americans from the University of Oregon and Lane County through her work at the Knight Library.
For more information:
1000 Hopes art project
Japanese American Association of Lane County
Oregon Asian Celebration
Centro Latino Americano