An NEH grant enabled the Korean American Historical Society (KAHS) to host two digitization events in the Seattle area. Participants shared artifacts, photos, and family documents that tell stories of migration across generations. They received digital copies of their items and information and materials to better care for them. The digital archive amassed through these events will be preserved by the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience and used to create much-needed curriculum on Korean-American history and culture.
–Julie Kang, Seattle University College of Education