10 AM Main event:
This presentation by Valerie Otani is about the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II in the FBI and Department of Justice camps -- a more secret, high-security system of prisons for the leadership of the Japanese American community. The term "Nikkei" refers to Japanese emigrants and their descendants. Valerie Otani is a Portland artist who creates public art that links people to their community. She has art projects throughout the west, and she currently coordinates the public art program for the City of Hillsboro.
-- MORE SUNDAY Morning events --
We make it worth your while to get up early on Sunday morning. =-)
Programs are presented in four broad areas relevant to Humanism:
Human Well Being
Humanities, Culture, and Morality
Sun @ HGP program details -- for this week's speaker follow this link and read the "Next Speaker" announcement on the HGP website home page, left side; for future speakers and activities, click on the "Calendar" button, upper left:
Sunday Morning Schedule:
8:45 Early Bird discussion, choose topic by consensus (Garden Room)
9:45 Children join parents in East Room for simulcast
9:45 Coffee, juice and cookies (Arts and Crafts Room)
10:00 Main program, weekly speakers on topics of interest to Humanists (Keeston Room)
10:05 Humanist discussion, each week a different theme (Garden Room)
11:30 AfterThoughts: engage the speaker over light snacks (Arts and Crafts Room)
11:45 Classes, discussions, musicians, committees meet until 1:00 PM
12:15 Lunch at nearby eatery, all are welcome!
Be sure to peruse our humanist library while you're here -- books available to lend upon HGP membership.
Find more information about the Humanists of Greater Portland by clicking on the sponsor link at the left side of the webpage, then check out the full calendar of activities on HGP's main website.
All Meetup fees are paid by our sponsor through your memberships; donations toward the work of HGP are gratefully accepted.
Join us -- and bring a friend!