The JAMsj Book Club will discuss, "What Are You?" by Pearl Fuyo Gaskins. The book features interviews conducted with 80 multiracial teenagers and young adults across the country. The book's theme covers topics that are related to the JAMsj exhibition, Visible and Invisible.
Starting in 1890, Issei (first generation) came to the Santa Clara Valley in search of work. In 1900, Japanese Americans established Japantown, a place for them to meet their social, cultural and economic needs in a society hostile to their presence.
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