CHICAGO (AP) - An upcoming photography exhibit details the aftermath of Japan's devastating 2011 tsunami.
The Japanese America Society of Chicago, the Consulate General of Japan at Chicago and other area groups are presenting the third phase of a photography exhibit focusing on the friendships formed following the March 2011 earthquake and subsequent tsunami off Japan's Pacific coast.
The first two phases toured venues throughout Chicago in 2012 and 2013. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Gov. Pat Quinn are exhibit co-chairs.
The free exhibit will be housed in the Richard J. Daley Center from March 10-21. Additional dates and locations will be announced in coming weeks.
The exhibit features Chicagoans who are living and working in the recovering region and Japanese residents who have traveled to Chicago.
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