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History Of “Ethnic Studies” On Bainbridge Island: Teachers & Students

Presented by Bainbridge Island Historical Museum at Online/Streaming

Apr 27 2022
History Of “Ethnic Studies” On Bainbridge Island: Teachers & Students

Join us to explore the significance of the first locally written textbook to include the amazing history Bainbridge Island’s BIPOC communities.  Former students, teachers and authors (members of the Minority History Committee in the 1970s), will discuss this textbook, rarely used today, called, They Cast A Long Shadow.

Panelists:  Kathy Katayama (Roberts) Joyce, Bill Covert, Nina Hallett and Chirstina Corpuz Peato

BIHM hosts this program in collaboration with Arts & Humanities Bainbridge (AHB) and the Bainbridge Branch of the Kitsap Regional Library (KRL).

To enjoy the program, go to: https://krl.zoom.us/j/96907549766

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