“Remembering 1882” – Exhibit at SF City Hall (until May 31)

Categories: Multi-day Event
by Annika London on May 1st, 2017   25 views

When and Where

  • 01/05/2017 - 31/05/2017
    All Day

  • San Francisco City Hall
    1 Dr. Carl B. Goodlett Pl.
    San Francisco
    CA
    94102
    United States
    (get map)

“Remembering 1882” – Exhibit at SF City Hall (until May 31)

Event Details

The Chinese Historical Society of America and the Office of the Mayor of San Francisco, in conjunction with the Center for Asian American Media/Steeplechase Films, and Asian Pacific American Heritage Month—San Francisco, present “Remembering 1882” at San Francisco City Hall.

The Chinese Historical Society of America and the Office of the Mayor of San Francisco, in conjunction with the Center for Asian American Media/Steeplechase Films, and Asian Pacific American Heritage Month—San Francisco, present Remembering 1882 at San Francisco City Hall.

To commemorate the 135th anniversary of the Chinese Exclusion Act, which was passed on May 6, 1882, CHSA’s Remembering 1882 exhibit will be displayed at City Hall throughout the month of May 2017. Remembering 1882 explores the historical debate around the Exclusion Act from its origins through its full repeal in 1968, the civil rights struggle of Chinese Americans and allies, and the historic importance of habeas corpus in the Chinese American community.

Remembering 1882 was produced by CHSA in 2007, and the exhibit has since traveled nationwide, including Washington, D.C. In celebration of the 10th year of this exhibit, CHSA has updated Remembering 1882 with a new exhibit panel. The panel discusses the official government apologies for the Chinese Exclusion Act passed by California and the U.S. Congress from 2009–2012.

The exhibition is free and open to the public through the whole month of May. For more information, follow this link: https://chsa.org/event/remembering-1882-exhibit-at-sf-city-hall/

Map

Map Unavailable

You might also be interested in

Project Pengyou is building the first social
network for people with firsthand China
experience.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *