June 6-7 – Tsuru for Solidarity holds a series of online events in lieu of the canceled National Pilgrimage to Close the Camps.
Saturday, June 6:
• Tsuru Rising -- virtual rally
• Regional Gatherings – meet with your local Tsuru supporters
• Kimochi Night -- cultural program
Sunday, June 7:
• Tsuru Actions – Tsuru take flight in socially distant actions
• Healing Circles for Change -- a sacred space and time for those who have experienced trauma **Space is limited and registration required for the Healing Circles, please visit the Register Now! tab to sign up.**
More information: https://tsuruforsolidarity.org/tsururising/
June 13 and June 23 – Densho, JCCCW, and Tsuru for Solidarity-Seattle offer a workshop on Xenophobia: From Japanese American Incarceration to Immigrant Detention Today. This 2-hour workshop will deepen your understanding of American xenophobia and racism, using Japanese American WWII incarceration and the current crisis of immigrant detention as case studies. The workshop is designed for teachers, high school or college students, community leaders, and individuals simply looking to expand their knowledge and deepen their commitment to action. The teach-in will use a combination of short films and oral histories, as well as creative learning routines and dialogue. Registration and info: https://bit.ly/XenophobiaTeachIn
May thru June 27 – ACRS is launching Walk for Rice online this year instead of hosting the event at Seward Park, to ensure everyone’s safety during the global pandemic health crisis. While the event location has changed, our commitment to this growing need is stronger than ever. More than ever, every grain counts. Together, we can ensure members of our communities find support and food when they need it most. Please make a gift today and consider creating a virtual Walk for Rice team to fundraise to fight hunger.
More Information: http://acrs.walkforrice.org/site/TR?fr_id=1130&pg=entry