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Our museum store is operated and managed in collaboration with Smithsonian Enterprises, the revenue-generating division of the Smithsonian Institution. The main store is located in Heritage Hall and has been redesigned to enable social distancing. The Pop-up Store , outside of the Community Galleries, is temporarily closed. We accept Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay touchless payment options. Contactless pick up is available upon request.

Sumo Joe At The Japanese American National Museum

Sometimes you just gotta ask!

: Please consider SUMO JOE picture book

Hello Japanese American National Museum store manager,

My name is Mia Wenjen and Im the author of a rhyming picture book SUMO JOE. I am half Japanese American and wrote it to show that sumo is not a sport of fat men in diapers, but with a rich history that dates back to the Shinto religion and culture.

The illustrator, Nat Iwata, is also half Japanese American. Our Japanese American parents were both forced from the west coast during WWII. Nats father was born in Internment Camp and his grandfather died in one. My mothers family was forced from Japantown in San Francisco to a remote part of Utah where we had relatives who owned a farm. My mother and her family lived in a tent for four years.

I also wrote two middle grade biography anthologies for ages 8 and up.

Asian Pacific American Heroes profiles 17 Asian Pacific American leaders including half Japanese American scientist Eugenie Clark, and Japanese American chef Niki Nakayama. Its published by Scholastic and is available here:

I also used this format for Asian Pacific American Heroes to self-publish my Kickstarter book, Changing the Game: Asian Pacific American Female Athletes. I wrote this book in response to my high school daughters statement that there are no Asian American female athletes besides Chloe Kim.

Japanese American National Museum Store Online

The award-winning Museum Store of the Japanese American National Museum features distinctive Asian American merchandise for all occasions and generations. Their unique product line represents the essence of the Japanese American experience, while also promoting an appreciation of Americas ethnic and cultural diversity. All proceeds from the Museum Store support Museum programs and exhibitions.

The articles in this series were originally written for the Japanese American National Museums online store to give a deeper understanding of the authors, artists, and traditions featured in the store.

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In City Girls: The Nisei Social World in Los Angeles, 1920-1950, author Professor Valerie Matsumoto has opened a time capsule in the vaults of American history, zeroing in on the lives of Nisei women in Los Angeles and their exploits of club and community involvements spanning three decadesprewar, World War II, and postwar.

City Girls chronicles the Nisei womens roles as markers of family respectability and visible community representatives during a time replete with pervasive social and economic barriers. The unjust exclusionary practices of their timesobserved at beaches, hotels, restaurants, amusement parks, and schoolsgave rise to the formation of

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Regarding the loyalty questionnaire, or registration, such were the thoughts of a bright young man forced to leave his life behind for insert-euphemism-here. No matter what

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The Japanese American National Museum strives to educate and inspire, both onsite and virtually, by engaging our visitors in the stories that are central to our communitys history. Recognized with the 2020 California Superintendent Award for Excellence in Museum Education, JANMs dynamic resources for learners of all ages bring the stories and lessons of the Japanese American experience to life.

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Sylvia Cochran, Patch Contributing Writer

Good morning, people of Los Angeles, and happy St. Valentine’s Day! It’s me again, Sylvia, your host of the Los Angeles Daily.

Folks came out in the blazing heat to protest against school mask mandates. Also, there were a couple of fires. Finally, the L.A. Day of Remembrance will be virtual on Saturday.

First, today’s weather:

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Please Note That The Following Are Currently Still Closed:

  • Hirasaki National Resource Center

For more information, please contact us at 213.625.0414 or check our Contact Information page.

The JANM Store will reopen with limited hours starting on Friday, February 4.

Temporary JANM Store Hours:Friday: 11 a.m.5 p.m.Saturday: 11 a.m.5 p.m.Sunday: 11 a.m.5 p.m.

  • Limited capacity: Visitors must wait to be allowed entry by a JANM Store associate.
  • Visitors will be checked by store associate for proof of vaccination or negative test result .
  • Visitors that have already gone through the museum must show proof of admission sticker upon entry to the JANM Store.
  • Masks are required at all times during your visit, except for children aged two and younger. Staff and visitors are required to wear a surgical, KN95, N95, or KF94 face mask that covers nose and mouth at all times.
  • Visitors who are feeling sick or are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms , or who have had contact with anyone confirmed or suspected of having COVID-19 are under isolation or quarantine orders should stay home, regardless of before entry to the JANM Store
  • On-site pickup is available. Hours for on-site pickup of online orders:
  • TuesdaySunday: 11 a.m.4:30 p.m.

Women Artists Visibility Event

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On June 14, 1984 the Women Artists Visibility Event , a demonstration of 400 women artists, was held in front of the newly renovated Museum of Modern Art to protest the lack of female representation in its opening exhibition, “An International Survey of Recent Painting and Sculpture.” The exhibition featured 165 artists only 14 of which those were women.

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  • While football fans and commentators were entering SoFi on Sunday, medical freedom protestors attempted to shut down access to the Super Bowl. Starting at noon, participants “accused state officials of hosting ‘a Super Bowl while forcing kids’ to wear masks in schools.” Governor Gavin Newsom will be considering school masking rules this week.
  • There was a fire Saturday morning around 6:54 a.m. at 761 South Vermont Ave. It took 89 LAFD personnel 36 minutes to extinguish the Koreatown blaze. It “started as an exterior rubbish fire that extended into the wall and interior of a unit in a row of the businesses.”
  • Saturday evening around 7 p.m., the FD was headed to the area “around East Sierra Avenue and Azusa Veterans Way.” The brush fire, which was officially referred to as the Madre Fire, burned about two acres of land by 9 p.m. “The department was using two water-dropping helicopters and night vision technology in their battle to control the flames.”
  • The Japanese American National Museum plans to live-stream L.A.’s Day of Remembrance on Saturday via its YouTube channel. This year’s theme is: “Power of Communities: Building Strength Through Collective Action.” “The annual event commemorates President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s signing of Executive Order 9066 on Feb. 19, 1942, which resulted in the unjust incarceration of over 120,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans in American concentration camps.”
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    Officers And The Board Of Trustees

    Currently, the board of trustees includes 46 trustees and 15 life trustees. Even including the board’s 14 “honorary” trustees, who do not have voting rights and do not play as direct a role in the museum, this amounts to an average individual contribution of more than $7 million. The Founders Wall was created in 2004, when MoMA’s expansion was completed, and features the names of actual founders in addition to those who gave significant gifts about a half-dozen names have been added since 2004. For example, Ileana Sonnabend‘s name was added in 2012, even though she was only 15 when the museum was established in 1929.

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    The idea for the Museum of Modern Art was developed in 1929 primarily by Abby Aldrich Rockefeller and two of her friends, Lillie P. Bliss and . They became known variously as “the Ladies” or “the adamantine ladies”. They rented modest quarters for the new museum in the Heckscher Building at 730 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, and it opened to the public on November 7, 1929, nine days after the Wall Street Crash. Abby Rockefeller had invited A. Conger Goodyear, the former president of the board of trustees of the Albright Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York, to become president of the new museum. Abby became treasurer. At the time, it was America’s premier museum devoted exclusively to modern art, and the first of its kind in Manhattan to exhibit European modernism. One of Rockefeller’s early recruits for the museum staff was the noted Japanese-American photographer Soichi Sunami , who served the museum as its official documentary photographer from 1930 until 1968.

    During that time the museum initiated many more exhibitions of noted artists, such as the lone Vincent van Gogh exhibition on November 4, 1935. Containing an unprecedented sixty-six oils and fifty drawings from the Netherlands, as well as poignant excerpts from the artist’s letters, it was a major public success due to Barr’s arrangement of the exhibit, and became “a precursor to the hold van Gogh has to this day on the contemporary imagination”.

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