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Greensboro History Museum Celebrates Asian Pacific Americans
Posted Date: 2/19/2017
The Greensboro History Museum celebrates its exhibition, Generations: Voices of Greensboro’s Asian Pacific American Families, from 2-5 pm on Sunday, February 26 at 130 Summit Ave. The exhibition is a collaboration with local Asian Pacific American individuals and organizations.

“Everyone is invited to enjoy the exhibit as we recognize individuals who shared their personal stories, photographs and other items for display,” said Museum Director Carol Hart. Learn more from the people from these diverse cultures and ethnicities at a moderated conversation at 3 pm. Several fun, participatory activities and family-friendly offerings encourage exploration and understanding of the Asian Pacific American community. After the conversation, guests can enjoy curator-led tours of the Smithsonian Institution’s traveling exhibit, I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story and of Generations: Voices of Greensboro’s Asian Pacific American Families on the last day to see these exhibits.

The Greensboro History Museum, a Smithsonian Institution Affiliate and accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, is open daily except Mondays. There is no admission fee.

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