Hi, just a note of appreciation for Dr. McDade’s article Library of Black Lies at the UW’s Henry Gallery. I went on free Thursday and might have missed it except for your coverage. I also went the following weekend to see the cherry blossoms, a good double feature and free! Also appreciate the notation on the artist books exhibit at Bainbridge Museum of Art, which is probably not as well-known as the memorial for the incarceration of the Japanese following Pearl Harbor. The BI Japanese were the first on the West Coast to be incarcerated. Note that we Japanese Americans are using “incarcerated” rather than “interned” in describing the wartime experience.