Please join a community gathering to share a story from the Japanese American experience… In remembrance of the signing of Executive Order 9066 that authorized the Japanese American Internment, A very special reading of the children’s illustrated book THE PINK DRESS, a story from the Japanese American Internment by Leslie Kitashima-Gray* based on her mother’s** experience during World War 2. An online event via Zoom read by members of Centenary United Methodist Church When: Friday March 5th, 2021 Time: 7:30pm Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/93903313202 +12133388477,,93903313202# Meeting ID: 939 0331 3202 Passcode: PinkDress *Leslie Kitashima-Gray is a Los Angeles writer, director and visual artist whose work has been performed both here and internationally. Her puppetry production of THE PINK DRESS toured with the Music Center to schools across Los Angeles, and she is a teacher and designer, bringing workshops to communities here and around the world. **Moonza Kitashima, the inspiration for the book, was a longtime member of Centenary UMC. She passed away in April of 2020.