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In celebration of Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, a panel will discuss the legacy of the Taniguchi family in Austin. Recounting the lives and experiences of the Taniguchi family across three generations, the panel will also discuss how their family narrative addresses a broader state and national history of Japanese American immigration, farming, internment, and resettlement. Joining the discussion will be Evan Taniguchi of Taniguchi Architects and William McWhorter from the Texas Historical Commission.

In celebration of Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, a panel will discuss the legacy of the Taniguchi family in Austin. Recounting the lives and experiences of the Taniguchi family across three generations, the panel will also discuss how their family narrative addresses a broader state and national history of Japanese American immigration, farming, internment, and resettlement. Joining the discussion will be Evan Taniguchi of Taniguchi Architects and William McWhorter from the Texas Historical Commission.

In celebration of Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, a panel will discuss the legacy of the Taniguchi family in Austin. Recounting the lives and experiences of the Taniguchi family across three generations, the panel will also discuss how their family narrative addresses a broader state and national history of Japanese American immigration, farming, internment, and resettlement. Joining the discussion will be Evan Taniguchi of Taniguchi Architects and William McWhorter from the Texas Historical Commission.

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Austin History Center
810 Guadalupe St.
Austin, TX
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