On February 17, 2017, the National Museum of American History opened an exhibit to mark 75 years since Executive Order 9066 authorizing the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. On display are artifacts, photographs and stories collected from Japanese American families.
For more information on the exhibit please visit the official website.
The 2018 TOMODACHI Generation Summit will gather over 500 people, including university students and young professionals from the United States and Japan who are alumni of various TOMODACHI programs. The Summit will provide an opportunity for students and young professionals to express their opinions with fellow global leaders to create impactful change from the ground up.
This Summit is planned and executed by a core committee of seven alumni with support from various alumni as speakers, workshop facilitators, volunteers and regional representatives, making the Summit a signature program of the TOMODACHI Alumni Leadership Program that is created by alumni, for alumni. Click here for more information and to register.