Latest Past Events

Minidoka: The Untold History of Japanese American Incarceration During WWII

During World War II, more than 120,000 Japanese Americans, two-thirds of them American citizens, were by Executive Order forcibly removed from their homes and placed in confinement sites without due process of law. Anti-Asian racism combined with tensions from the attack on Pearl Harbor caused the loyalty of Japanese Americans to be put into question. […]

Innovators and Activists Through Portraiture

Explore the lives of activists and voices of social justice through the lens of portraiture! We will study portraits including Sojourner Truth, Alice Paul, Dolores Huerta, George Washington Carver, William Ayers Campbell, Craig Rodwell, and Larry Kramer, to name just a few! This workshop for rising 6th, 7th and 8th-grade students is led by the […]

Medal of Honor Museum: The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

This year’s Veterans Day theme is the centennial commemoration of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Join the Medal of Honor Museum on this two-day workshop which will highlight the history of the unknown soldier and explore the significance of memorialization. The program will include a viewing of the ritual and a Q&A session with […]