By Cameron Keady
“Lee Hardy, of Palmetto, Florida, puts together hundreds of Easter baskets for kids in her local community, each year. This year, she made about 600 basket to distribute on April 3.”
Mixed cultures / mixed traditions.
See on Scoop.it – Mixed American Life
With its plethora of cultural meanings, both positive and negative, Hafu is a term used to describe a Japanese of mixed heritage. Detailing the nuances of this hybridity, directors Megumi NISHIKURA and Lara Perez TAKAGI, both Hafu themselves, tell a compelling story of the voices and visibility of the Hafu identity with five stories of Hafu Japanese as they connect to their other roots in Australia, Korea, Venezuela, Mexico and Ghana to give us an absorbing look at ways of being Japanese.
Erika Nishizato and Ken Tanabe, filmmakers involved in the production of HAFU, will be in attendance for Q&A.
Community Village‘s insight:
Event happens at Asian American International Film Festival New York City (07/24-08/03)
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Via Scoop.it – Mixed American Life
☯ ☮ Sharing the mixed experience ☮ ☯
Mixed Heritage, Mixed Culture, Mixed Community
Welcome my friends
BILL OF RIGHTS FOR MIXED PEOPLE
I HAVE THE RIGHT…
Not to justify my existence in this world.