Untold Stories: The Mass Imprisonment of Japanese Americans During World War II
Sunday, June 4 at 3:00 pm
As a nine-year-old during World War II, Sam Mihara was imprisoned with his family for three years at the Heart Mountain prison camp in rural Wyoming, watched over by armed guards. He now is a lecturer on mass imprisonment, one of the few survivors who speaks nationally about his experience. His multi-media presentation includes photographs, video clips and in-depth discussions about his experiences and the those of the 120,000 Japanese, mostly U.S. citizens, who were removed from their homes and placed into makeshift prison camps. Click here for more information.

This event will be in lieu of the Sunday Survivor Speaker Series. There will still be a docent led tour at 2:00 pm.
Screening and Q&A: National Geographic's GENIUS 
Tuesday, June 13 at 7:00 pm
Join us for a special screening of Chapter 8 of "GENIUS," National Geographic's new series about Albert Einstein, followed by Q&A with Showrunner Ken Biller. Based on Walter Isaacson's critically acclaimed book "Einstein: His Life and Universe," the series reveals how Albert became Einstein, exploring his extraordinary professional achievements along with his volatile, passionate and complex personal relationships. The all-star cast includes Geoffrey Rush as Albert Einstein. Click here for more information.

Please RSVP to or call (323) 456-5083.
Museum Docent Training Begins in September
We are now seeking applications for our annual docent training program.  We depend on our dedicated volunteer docents to lead tours for the thousands of students and other visitors who visit the Museum every month.   During the training, which begins on Wednesday, September 27 and meets every Wednesday for ten weeks, you will learn about the history of the Holocaust, become familiar with the Museum's collection and exhibits, participate in tours and special lectures, and master gallery teaching techniques Click here for more information.
Voices of History Workshops for High School Students
Our Voices of History summer workshops in film, photography, and music composition offer high school students the opportunity to learn about the Holocaust, interview Holocaust Survivors, and collaborate with them to develop their ideas into short films, music compositions, and photography exhibits.  The final projects capture the personal stories of the Survivors, the students' understanding of this history, and their dedication to shaping the future of Holocaust education. Workshops will be held in June at Milken Community Schools and in July at Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust. Click here for more information.
Share Our Stories
This week, Survivors and LAMOTH Education staff visited students at Math & Science Preparatory Academy and Animo Ralph Bunch Charter High School as part of Share Our Stories at LAMOTH. Students had the opportunity to meet with Survivor Speakers Henry Slucki, Erika Fabian, Albert Rosa, Trudie Strobel, Peter Daniels, and Betty Cohen and create reflective and collaborative art pieces to be displayed in a temporary exhibit at the Museum in Fall 2017.
Annual Gala Dinner

WHEN:  Sunday, November 5, 2017
WHERE:  Beverly Wilshire Hotel
WHO:  Honoree Wolf Blitzer, CNN's lead political anchor and the anchor of The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer 
  Emcee Melissa Rivers, Executive Producer and Co-Host of E! Entertainment's Fashion Police 
With gratitude to the Joseph Drown Foundation for its generous support of free Holocaust education and school tours, to the Michael & Irene Ross Endowment Fund for its generous support of Voices of History programs, and to the Max H. Gluck Foundation for its generous support of the Share Our Stories Project.
Museum Hours:
Saturday - Thursday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM  
Friday 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Admission is always free.

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