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PCGS Monthly Meeting, January 20, 2024: UA African American Museum and WWII Internment Camps

  • 20 Jan 2024
  • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Hybrid: Truly Nolen Leadership Training Center and ZOOM


  • We look forward to seeing you In Person at the PCGS Monthly Meeting!
  • We look forward to seeing you on Zoom for the PCGS Monthly Meeting

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PCGS Monthly Meeting:
Saturday, January 20th

When: Saturday, 20 Jan 2024, 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Where: Hybrid Meeting - Your choice - In Person or Virtually via Zoom

In Person: Truly Nolen Leadership Training Center, 436 S. Williams Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85711

First Speaker: Beverely Elliott

Respecting the Past while Honoring Today

African American Museum of Southern Arizona

Beverely will be In Person

Beverely Elliott is vice president of Elliott Accounting, an accounting, tax, management and investment advisory services firm founded by her husband, Robert “Bob” Elliott, who is also a retired professional basketball player. Beverely (and yes, she has an extra e in her name) is a Michigan native but has lived in Tucson for the past 40 years.  Beverely and Bob are University of Arizona (UA) Alumni and have sponsored scholarships for deserving UA students in addition to other meaningful contributions to the university.  Beverely and Bob were also honored at the 2023 University of Arizona Commencement for their work in founding the African Museum of Southern Arizona, which is receiving both state and national recognition.

"African American Museum of Southern Arizona is now open,"

Featured Speaker: Joey Caccarozzo

Joey will be In Person

Hidden History: America’s Internment Camps

 During World War II, over 125,000 Japanese Americans were held in internment camps. However, it is not widely known that Germans and Italians were also forcibly removed to internment camps. Thousands of others lost property, were subject to nightly curfews, or were restricted from traveling more than five miles from their home. We will explore the treatment of “enemy aliens” and what records are available to researchers.

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 Tuscon, Arizona  85732

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