Museums and Community Conflict

Lately we’ve seen a lot of conflict within communities across the nation. Here is a useful article by Melanie Adams, President of the Association of Midwest Museums, “Practical and Compassionate Advice on Museums and Community Conflict,” from Museum Commons. Excerpt: As institutions focused on learning, the most obvious answer is to provide educational opportunities for the community to gather and learn more about the issue. … Continue reading Museums and Community Conflict

Meditation in Salinas Chinatown

The Buddhist Temple of Salinas offers a meditation class: Meditation Experience class: Rev. Orai Fujikawa, resident minister of Buddhist Temple of Salinas, has established a Nembutsu Meditation program for the people in Salinas. This practice has been gaining professional interest in many areas of medical application. Recent publication in the main stream Journal of American Medical Association underscores the seriousness of this interest, and helps … Continue reading Meditation in Salinas Chinatown

A Special Screening: Voices from Soledad Street

Coming this Monday December 8, 2014 Come and join the Chinatown Community Learning Center for a special event! Voices from Soledad Street is a special screening event provided by California State University Monterey Bay: Oral History Students and Service Learning Institute! *Light snacks and refreshments will be provided* WHEN Monday December 8, 2014 10am-12pm WHERE Chinatown Community Learning Center 22 Soledad Street Salinas, CA 93901 Continue reading A Special Screening: Voices from Soledad Street