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Storytelling For Change Connects Generations, Links Past To Present

Feb 6, 2019

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On Saturday Feb. 9, a group of writers, educators and artists will tell personal stories about social injustice in front of an audience at Fresno State's Madden Library from 2-4 p.m.. It’s called Storytelling for Change and it’s part of a larger effort to get people talking about present day civil liberties struggles and how they connect to the Japanese American incarceration during WWII. We recently spoke to Brynn Saito and Nikiko Masumoto, the architects of The Yonsei Memory Project.