We have arranged an online talk with activist Beverly Smith, whose then 27-year-old son, Alonzo Smith was killed by the police 15 years ago. He was the father of three young children. Kristina Roth from Amnesty International USA will join the conversation to offer her expertise on the incidence of police violence in the USA and to tell us more about what activists are doing to stop it. We invite you to join us to discuss the fight against racism, and for police accountability and think about what we all can do!
This event will be livestreamed on YouTube and Facebook. It will be held in English without interpretation into Japanese. Please post your questions to the guest speakers in the comments section.
The Asagaya Tanabata Festival takes place every year in the Asagaya Pearl Center. The festival is tradition in East Asian culture taking names such as Qixi Festival in China and Chilseok in South Korea. It celebrates the meeting of two […]
A delicious food and drink market with live music, dance and fashion shows and a samba carnival. Head down Cine City Square in Shinjuku for 17 days of great food, entertainment and cultural exchange. It is open to people of all […]
The rescheduled 32nd modern Olympic Games will be held in and around Tokyo over a two week period in mid Summer 2020 mid Summer 2021. Despite the year change, organizers are sticking with the “2020” in the name. The main […]
We Exist is an illustration exhibition that calls for a raised awareness of under-representation and exclusivity of people in contemporary media. About the artist Marmenlind is a Swedish writer and illustrator based in Tokyo. Whether it be through printed words […]
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