Turnadot Panel Discussion

The Darcy 1515 Rhode Island Ave NW, Washington, DC, United States

Explore the themes of WNO’s Turandot through a special panel discussion, exhibit, and afternoon tea at The Darcy’s Bader Ginsburg room. Panelists will include WNO Artistic Director Francesca Zambello, plus composer Christopher Tin and librettist Susan Soon He Stanton—the creatives behind Turandot’s new world premiere ending, which WNO premieres this May! The event will be moderated by Eric Hing-Tao Hung, Executive Director of the Music […]

Connecting Convos Across Generations: Heal the Past & Create the Future

Join us on Zoom on May 5 at 2pm for our next Talk Story event: "Connecting Convos Across Generations: Heal the Past & Create the Future." During this presentation, Evelyn Moy, Amy Yip, and Carole Louie will discuss bridging the gap between generations, healing from the past, and creating a future for vibrant Chinese American […]

What About the Children? Oral Histories About Growing Up Mixed Asian Before Loving v. Virginia

1882 Foundation Office 508 I Street NW, Washington, DC, United States

This event will be held in-person at the 1882 Foundation Office and online via Zoom. If joining online, please register through the following link: Zoom registration link. Panelists: Gracia Brown (MA, NYU ‘23) will discuss her recent capstone, “What About the Children?,” an oral history project that aims to highlight the lives of mixed race […]

Qing Ming at the Chinese American Memorial

Congressional Cemetery 1801 E Street SE, Washington, DC, United States

Please join us for a dedication ceremony to honor new bricks at the Chinese American Memorial at Congressional Cemetery.

We Are Americans

Library of Congress, Thomas Jefferson Building 10 First Street SE, Washington, DC, United States

On Wednesday, December 6 at 2:30pm, the 1882 Foundation will be commemorating the 80th Anniversary of the Repeal of the Chinese Exclusion Act and the 125th Anniversary of the Supreme Court decision on birthright citizenship. Please join us at the Library of Congress, Jefferson Building for a lecture by Martin Gold and for special remarks […]

“Big Fight in Little Chinatown” Community Film Screening

Chinese Community Church 500 I St NW, Washington, DC , DC, United States

Join us for a free community film screening of Big Fight in Little Chinatown, a feature documentary by director Karen Cho. Big Fight in Little Chinatown is a story of community resistance and resilience. Set against the backdrop of the COVID pandemic and an unprecedented rise in anti-Asian racism, the documentary takes us into the […]