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Jewish Journal | January 13, 2016
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Field trip 2 @FowlerMuseum! Go see Disguise: Masks & Global African Art #museumlove Image: Saya Woolfalk’s chimaTEK https://t.co/yx8Ofn1jdK
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
RT @Kind_Traveler: Experience #APathAppears where you can find your own path to changing people’s lives @Skirball_LA, until Feb 21 https://…
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
RT @GetLitPoet: Yoooooo.
Join us for a legendary show at the @Skirball_LA on March 4th: https://t.co/2g75R1CF4F
Happy #LunarNewYear! Hope this year is as fun & full of mischief as these 2! #yearofthemonkey (Photo:Grant Mudford) https://t.co/f5V9JJqcly
Monday, February 8, 2016
Thanks for the shouout @LAUSDArts! https://t.co/zXqOgeClq6
Happy Birthday to Miné Okubo, born on this day in 1912. Her work in the exhibition #Citizen13660 compels us to reflect on our civic duties. What responsibilities do we have to protect the rights of others? #Manzanar #american #democracy #humanrights #justice
Pictured: Miné Okubo, [Interior view of Miné and Toku’s barrack, Tanforan Assembly Center, San Bruno, California], 1942. Drawing. Courtesy of the Japanese American National Museum, gift of Miné Okubo Estate. On view in the exhibition “Citizen 13660: The Art of Miné Okubo” through Feb 21.