10/26/17 Artists, Resistance, and History

Apex Express hosts Miko Lee and Jalena Keane-Lee interview artist Amy Ho about her work in San Quentin, activist Pam Lee with an update on Temple University Professor Xiaoxing Xi wrongfully accused of espionage, and playwright Eugenie Chan on her latest work Madame Ho.

More info on topics from the show:

To check out Amy Ho‘s artistry check out her website: Artist Amy Ho

Pam Tau Lee from the Chinese Progressive Association partners with Asian Americans Advancing Justice and Chinese for Affirmative Action to “End National Security Scapegoating.”

Playwright Eugenie Chan premieres Madame Ho, a new play about her great-grandmother, who ran a Barbary Coast brothel. The cast includes many leading local Asian actors: Bonnie Okimoto, Lisa Hori-Garcia and more. Closing this weekend Oct. 28-29 at Cameron House, 920 Sacramento St., S.F. For free tickets reserve here.

Community Calendar
November 11, 2017 – May 20, 2018 In commemoration of the 75th anniversary of Executive Order 9066, The National Japanese American Historical Society will be showcasing an installation called ARTISTS’ EYES: ART OF INCARCERATION running at two sites at the Presidio and Japantown.

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