Honoring Our Journey
Lessons and Activities for older students (Grade 6+) to explore identity, identities of others, multiple perspectives, media portrayals, and the danger of stereotyping
Encouraging Empathy in Elementary Kids
Lessons and Activities for younger grades (K-5) to explore identity, identities of others, multiple perspectives, media portrayals, and the danger of stereotyping
New Years All Round
Celebrate the New Year all year long as we explore the variety of New Year celebrations from around Asia and Asian America. Couple this content with our field trips for your class. (currently, only live/virtual)
Fighting for America: Nisei Soldiers
Wing Luke Museum and the Nisei Veterans Committee Foundation published this graphic novel to share the stories of six brave and courageous Nisei soldiers from the Pacific Northwest who enlisted in the military to prove their loyalty as American citizens and made a significant mark in American history. These stories are based on real and actual events.
Be It Enacted: Chinese Exclusion and the Origin of Race-Based Immigration
A project in conjunction with the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources program, Smithsonian Institution Digital Learning Lab, and The Peach Foundation. Held as professional development trainings in Fall 2017/Spring 2018. We can host these training for schools and districts by request.
We Hereby Refuse: Educators Resource Page and Video Training
Use this video to better understand some of the ways you can integrate the "We Hereby Refuse" graphic novel in your classrooms. The novel is the second published by the Wing Luke Museum diving in to various, and often less discussed, aspects of the 1942 Incarceration of Japanese Americans. This novel presents 3 stories of individuals who exercised their constitutional rights and resisted the imprisonment of 120,000 American citizens and their parents who were made prisoners in their own country..