July 22 to Aug. 4: Portraits of Northwest Somali Youth Come to Seattle City Hall
This Week & Next highlights upcoming events and news from Humanities Washington, our many community partners and like-minded organizations around the state.
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THIS WEEK (July 22-28, 2012)
SEATTLE – The exhibit Our Children, Our Voices – a compilation of photographs and oral histories on identity, citizenship and immigration from local Somali youths – opens at Seattle City Hall. The exhibit was originally created by Seattle University with support from a Humanities Washington grant. It opens this Tuesday and will run through September 5 [Details].
MONDAY (July 23)
SEATTLE – Oksana Marafioti reads from her memoir American Gypsy at Town Hall [Details].
SATURDAY (July 28)
VASHON – Speakers Bureau’s Robert Keller, Reconciling the Past: The History, Literature and Ethics of Japanese Removal [Details].
NEXT WEEK (July 29 to Aug. 4, 2012)
TUESDAY (July 31)
BELLEVUE – Speakers Bureau’s Robert Keller, Reconciling the Past: The History, Literature and Ethics of Japanese Removal [Details].
CLARKSTON – Speakers Bureau’s Harriet Baskas, What is That?: Unusual and Offbeat People, Places, Things and Events in Washington State [Details].
SATURDAY (Aug. 4)
PORT TOWNSEND – The outdoor theater troupe PT Shorts presents Deserts, Blasters and Spaceships: An Evening of Sci-Fi Fun [Details].