Participants in the 2009 Summer Institute for Teaching the Holocaust.

Courses for Professional Credit

"My Face Was My Crime": The Japanese American Internment Camp Experience

SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 2012
11:00 am–5:00 pm

For lifelong learners & educators. Join us for one session or join us for all.

Teachers with ID will receive FREE resource materials and certification of contact hours.

Please pre-register by March 12, 2012 with Judi Ayal: 404-870-1632 or jayal@thebreman.org.

11:00 am–1:00 pm
Ongoing Guided Viewing: THE ART OF GAMAN: ARTS & CRAFTS FROM THE JAPANESE AMERICAN INTERNMENT CAMPS, 1942–1946

1:00–1:30 pm
Film: DAYS OF WAITING
Winner of both an Academy Award and a Peabody Award, Steven Okazaki's stunning documentary recreates the shattering experience of relocation from an "outsider's" perspective.

1:30–2:30 pm
THE JAPANESE AMERICAN WORLD WAR II EXPERIENCE
Panel discussion with former internees and GIs. Moderated by Greg Marutani, Japanese American Citizens League–National Education Committee.

3:00–5:00 pm
Educators' Round-table: THE AMERICAN PROMISE
Historical overview and round-table discussions with panelists and Greg Marutani. All are welcome.

Program and exhibitions are free to Breman members or with museum admission:
$12 adults; $8 seniors;
$6 educators and students with ID.

For group discounts contact Judi Ayal: 404-870-1632 or jayal@thebreman.org.

Box lunches and drinks will be available for purchase.

Teachers with ID will receive FREE resource materials and certification of contact hours.

The Art of Gaman is made possible through a generous gift from the Livingston Foundation.

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Synagogue in Sieger, Germany, November 10, 1938