Aunt Lily’s Flower Book: 100 Years of Legalized Racism

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Opens May 27, 2017

WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

True tales of resilience take the stage at Aunt Lily's Flower Book — tales of a grandfather who built the railroad, a father in the 442nd Regimental Combat Team while his wife is in Poston Internment Camp, aunts and uncles in Hiroshima, a violin, and the birth of a movement. Family stories and memoirs are woven together with archival photographs and historic film clips in this piece written and performed by Brenda Wong Aoki with live music by Emmy Award-winning composer and contra bassist Mark Izu, featuring koto master Shoko Hikage.

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https://fortmason.org/event/aunt-lilys-flower/