Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.
- Margaret Mead
ALPHA Education partners with various communities, local and overseas, to promote the awareness and acknowledgment of WWII history in Asia. Together we inspire and enhance public historical dialogues on the forgotten war atrocities in Asia so as to prevent history from happening again. Positive advocacy, commemoration and celebration are three important aspects of ALPHA Education’s engagement with all communities.
Connecting with the Community
Radiothon, September 18, 2019
On September 18, 2018, ALPHA Education held its first Radiothon fundraiser in collaboration with A1 Radio. The event carries a two-fold purpose: to raise understanding about the role of ALPHA Education in educating the history of World War II in Asia and to encourage members of communities to support the development of the Asia-Pacific Peace Museum. Last year, $80,000 was raised through the event. Stay connected for the release of the details of 2019 Radiothon.
Special Exhibition - Unit 731: Wartime Medical Atrocities in Asia, September 20, 2019
This special exhibition will be held at Robarts Library, University of Toronto at 130 St. George Street, Toronto, starting from September 20, 2019. On the same day and same location, a symposium open to public will be held. The discussion panel comprises of Unit 731 researchers, educator and scholar, and will be followed by a Question and Answer session. Further details will be available soon.
ALPHA Night 2019
ALPHA , Sunday November 10, 2019 (5:00pm -9:30pm)
Join this annual fundraiser of ALPHA Education and learn more about ALPHA’s work and recent development of the Asia-Pacific Peace Museum Project.
Venue: Parkview Manor, 55 Barber Green Road, Toronto
Ticket Price: Patron $150 | Regular $100 | Student $60
To reserve tickets, please call 416-299-0111
or email firstname.lastname@example.org