The March 10, 2012 Remembrance Vigil in San Jose’s Japantown, the “One Year After” fundraiser at the Mission San Jose in Fremont, California, and other commemorative events gave many in the South Bay community the opportunity to connect with nonprofits, companies, and individuals involved in the rebuild and relief efforts in the Tohoku region of Japan.
“Tohoku Insights 2013: Live Conversations with Japan”, is an opportunity to get a first hand view of what is going on today in the ongoing efforts to rebuild the region devastated two years ago. This program is about learning, sharing, and supporting those people who are making a positive difference in their communities.
We invite you to join and share your experiences and learn the many different opportunities to help in the ongoing rebuild and relief efforts.
JOIN US IN THIS CONVERSATION ON SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 2013 from 6pm – 9pm at the
Japanese American Museum of San Jose.
SEATING IS LIMITED.
Please RSVP by calling (408) 294-3138 or email to: PublicPrograms@jamsj.org
For more information contact Kathy at (408) 298-4303.
THIS PROGRAM WILL BE STREAMED LIVE at