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INTERACTIVE STORYFILE OF LAWSON IICHIRO SAKAI

Date
May 26
Time
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost
$16
Organizer’s Site
janm.org/exhibits/lawson-sakai
Council District
City Council District 14
Event Series Dates
Ongoing

In 2019, Lawson answered more than 1,000 questions in his StoryFile so that generations to come can continue to have conversations with him to learn about his legacy. What would you like to ask Lawson?

 

Adults – $16, Seniors and Youth – $9, Members and Children under 5 – Free

Location

Japanese American National Museum
100 N. Central Ave.
Los Angeles, CA United States
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Organizer

Japanese American National Museum
Phone:
213-625-0414

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