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Julie Rowan-Zoch
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Julie Rowan-Zoch commented on a post on Blogger.
They're wonderful, Rob!

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LOVE!!!

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Your crystal cities are graceful yet vibrant and energetic - keep on!

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They did it!

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Love this!

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Ha! I know exactly how he feels having once been stuck in a crayon costume! Well, done, Rhonda!

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I was thrilled to hear actor/activist George Takei speak at the National Speakers Association about his family’s imprisonment in a Japanese internment camp during World War II. Most people know George as the actor who played Mr. Sulu in Star Trek or for his pop culture persona, and they were shocked to hear his story. But I knew it, and while he was speaking to our crowd of 1,700 attendees, he ceased to seem like a celebrity to me and reminded me far more of the amazing people who have told me their stories of internment over the years. The same look and sound of unforgotten pain and indignity, but also of pride in family and culture was on his face and in his voice. I was fortunate to be able to get a copy of my book, The No-No Boys, to Mr. Takei in the hopes that he would realize that some of us are working hard to ensure this history is never forgotten. I’m looking forward to his new Broadway musical, Allegiance, which is based on his experiences. To learn more about my book, The No-No Boys, which is set in an internment camp, click here: http://amzn.com/1935571117
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What a great activity you've chosen to celebrate Alice! I doubt there is an American illustrator alive that doesn't appreciate her work and the work she has done with Her husband. Thanks for the post, Eric!
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