The Library continues its examination of immigration in America with a screening of the film My American Girls: A Dominican Story and discussion of the enormous role of family and community in immigrants’ adaptation to American life.
Drawing from her new book Enemy Child: The Story of Norman Mineta, a Boy in the Japanese Internment Camps of World War II, award-winning Kansas City-area author Andrea Warren looks at a heart-wrenching chapter in American history and an inspirational figure who rose from it. Mineta grew up to become the first Japanese-American mayor of a major U.S.
Come dressed as your favorite fictional character, and enter the costume contest. Test your wits in the escape room. Plus: