A talk cosponsored by the Philadelphia JACL, Seabrook JACL, University of Pennsylvania/Asian American Studies Program and Pan-Asian Community House
Asia Community Scholar Talk: How does a single family reveal the history of Japanese immigration to the United States, the Pacific War, internment, the home fronts in two countries, the atomic bomb, and lasting peace? Those who cross cultures -- no matter how tumultuous the journey -- are those who bridge them.
Talk, Q&A, Signing, Luncheon
Webinar about MIDNIGHT IN BROAD DAYLIGHT placing it in historical context and more
Norman Worthington Conference Center, Saint Martin's University, Lacey, Washington
I will appear on 3 panels:
"WWII: Japanese-American Internment": Saturday, 3/11/17, 10:00-11:00 AM at the Student Union Gallagher Theater, with Richard Cahan, Richard Reeves, and moderator Susan Quinn.
"Race in America": Sunday, 3/12/17, 10:00-11:00 AM in the Coffer Room 204, with Tim Z. Hernandez, Ibram X. Kendi, Patrick Phillips, and moderator Jim Nintzel.
"WWI: Asking Why, Internment & the Holocaust": Sunday, , 3/12/17, 2:30-3:30 PM in the UA Library - Special Collections, with Peter Hayes, Richard Reeves, and moderator John Kitagawa.
America's Best-Selling Authors: Nicholas Buccola & Pamela Rotner Sakamoto
The second 15-minute portion of the half-hour podcast.
"Kermit Roosevelt, ALLEGIANCE & Pamela Rotner Sakamoto (encore)," Writer's Voice with Francesca Rheannon
Podcast re-airing Pamela's February 2016 interview with journalist Francesca Rheannon
"On Memorial Day, Stories of War, History and Art," Press Play with Madeleine Brand, KCRW-FM, Los Angeles and San Diego
"In honor of Memorial Day, some of Press Play's favorite stories of confronting war through art and history."
Madeleine Brand revisits her interview with Pamela about Midnight in Broad Daylight.
Pamela will read on Friday night and lead the narrative nonfiction workshop on Saturday.