Personal Stories of Japanese American Incarceration with Liane Hirabayashi
Live in the Fenimore Auditorium
Admission is free with a recommended donation of $10.
Pre-registration is required, please reserve your ticket online through Eventbrite.com.
Liane Hirabayashi is the daughter of a French mother and Japanese-American father. She lived overseas for much of her childhood, returning to the US to earn her BA from Reed College in Portland, Oregon. Liane spent a dozen years in in the Los Angeles area as a technical writer and trainer before moving to the Cooperstown area 22 years ago. She has an MA in organization development, which has been essential to her success throughout her professional career and as an active volunteer. Currently Liane is a researcher at Bassett Healthcare Network’s New York Center for Agricultural Medicine and Health, is co-president of the League of Women Voters of the Cooperstown area, and recently joined the NAACP.COVID-19 Guidelines: Vaccinated visitors are no longer required to wear face masks either indoors. Un-vaccinated visitors must continue to wear face masks while inside the museum.
Location: Fenimore Auditorium