The Food: Cold Somen (Yay!) and The Topic: “Never Again Is Now – Sharing our Personal Experience/Relationship to Internment and/or Personal Suppression in Our Lives”
People are encouraged to bring with them (definitely not required!) any artifacts, stories and memories that helps tell of their own relationship to the WWII Internment of Japanese Americans or helps tell of their relationship to Personal Suppression in their life or lineage.
If you would like to participate and help in the making of the cold somen, please join us at 6:30 pm or we’ll see you at 7:00 pm to chat and share with one another. PLEASE RSVP so we know how much food to prepare!
For more information, please contact Rev. Roger or Lyn Ishizaki-Brown (email@example.com)
*Tabemashou is monthly event series centering on food and cooking and their relationship to identity, culture and community. Tabemashou is a space to gather in fellowship and practice community care through cooking and eating together.
Currently Tabemashou is taking on the current issue of the treatment of migrant families and children and the historic relationship to past injustices such as the incarceration of Japanese Americans during WWII.