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As a nonprofit organization, we rely on the help of volunteers to continue providing the best services possible. Patsy and Erin Matsushita are both pharmacists who… Learn More
Bilingual, Culturally Relevant classes that offer tools, resources, and support to those caring for loved ones with Alzheimer's Disease Learn More
From “shikata ga nai” treatment to the “best” treatment –The new Keiro-Providence Iyashi Care program-As the medical field advances and comes up with new treatments, many… Learn More
The Japanese American community has a lot to be proud of. In particular, the years during World War II forced our community to unite and band together to fight against oppression, against foreign enemies, and against prejudice. Despite oppression and unjust internment ... Learn More
On a warm Wednesday afternoon, tucked away in an industrial part of Long Beach, faint murmurings can be heard from outside the open doors of the Long Beach Japanese Cultural Center (LBJCC). Inside the long, wood-paneled social hall ... Learn More
The parking lot of Faith United Methodist Church (FUMC) is filled with cars. At first, it may seem as if the entire congregation has convened for a Sunday morning service but today is neither Sunday, nor is there a service being held. It’s a bright Tuesday afternoon and the halls of the church are... Learn More
Keiro No Hi, translated in English as “Respect for the Aged Day,” is a Japanese public holiday celebrated every third Monday in September. It is a… Learn More