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Category Archives: Environmental Heritage
Here are the powerpoints from my lectures this summer. Take note that I had to “downgrade” them for the originals exceeded the maximum upload size for the site. Japanese Picture Brides To America Asian=Laborer
By John. YouthCAN is proud to introduce one of the teaching artists for YouthCAN’s 2011 Summer Studio: Paul Kikuchi. Mr. Kikuchi was born in Indianola, WA, where there as a youth, played in his own rock band. He decided to … Continue reading
By Brian. On April 15th, 2011 Mike O’ Brien visited Youthcan to talk about his life as he went through high school, becoming a city council member, and what he did to help out the environment of Seattle. Mr. O’ … Continue reading
By John Throughout my life, I have realized that the world creates music on its own. Listening to the winds blow as if they were flutes playing a familiar tune, I begin to whistle along; starting to imitate the simple … Continue reading
By Michelle You can find a whole bunch of unique stuff by using Google. Typing in random words may actually have a result you’ll like. I just now typed in Cute Landscapes… VS HUH? Where’d the bunny come from? Well, … Continue reading
On April 15th, Councilmember Mike O’ Brien will be making a guest appearance to speak with the youths of YouthCAN. He will be discussing on what inspired him to take leadership on the environment. It’s all part of his Leadership … Continue reading
The YouthCAN Summer Cultural Arts Experience is all about the environment this summer. In fact, this summer begins a three year initiative on what we’re calling environmental heritage. What is environmental heritage? Simply put, environmental heritage is the historic relationship … Continue reading