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Punjabi Rebels of the Columbia River

Oregon is commonly perceived to have little, let alone notable, South Asian history. Yet in the early 1900s Oregon was at the center of two...

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I Lived to Tell the World

I Lived to Tell the World presents thirteen inspiring profiles of men and women who have endured unthinkable cruelty, only to resume productive lives in...

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Portland's Audacious Champion

William “Bill” Sumio Naito (1925–1996) was a remarkable and visionary individual—the Portland-born son of Japanese immigrants who became one of the city’s most significant business...

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From Thorns to Blossoms

Mitsuko “Mitzi” Asai was not yet ten years old in the spring of 1942 when President Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066 sent 120,000 people of Japanese...

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The Friends of Lake Oswego Public Library welcome a conversation between Elizabeth Mehren, Sankar Raman (founder of The Immigrant Story) and one of the remarkable survivors featured in I Lived to Tell the World , to be followed by audience Q-and-A.

Saturday, July 20th, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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