Please join us for the exciting opening exhibit of the "No Longer Invisible" project at the ECC May 29th, 1-3

We are several days away from the exciting opening exhibit of the “No Longer Invisible – In Their Own Words” project. Please join us in honoring the 30 AAPI students, staff, and faculty, who have shared their personal stories with us on Thursday, May 29th from 1pm – 3pm at the Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center (ECC). The e-series that have been sent out periodically throughout each week includes several highlighted stories. You’ll have an opportunity to read additional narratives at the exhibit.

Light refreshments will be available.

Please circulate widely with your networks.

We look forward to seeing you at the opening!

Warm Regards,

Chanira Reang Sperry & Linda Ando

Undergraduate Academic Affairs & Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity

Celebrating Asian American & Pacific Islander Voices
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Please join us for the exciting opening exhibit, “No Longer Invisible – In Their Own Words” in celebration of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month. We are honored to present 30 Asian American & Pacific Islander narratives, each sharing their unique identities and stories. These narratives include the e-series of the “No Longer Invisible” AAPI stories, which you can find on the OMA&D website: .

DATE: Thursday, May 29, 2014
TIME: 1pm – 3pm Reception with light refreshments
1:30pm – 2pm Opening remarks and AAPI Voices/Stories to follow
PLACE: Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center (ECC) South Lobby Area Main Floor
3931 Brooklyn Ave NE & NE 40th
RSVP: Linda Ando (riziki) 206-221-2836 or Chanira Reang Sperry

(creang) 206-685.8582

The“No Longer Invisible – In Their Own Words” exhibit will be available at the ECC for one week, May 29th – June 4th, during the ECC’s operation hours.

We look forward to seeing you at the opening. Please share this invitation with family, friends and colleagues.

Linda Ando and Chanira Reang Sperry
No Longer Invisible Project Coordinators

This project is in collaboration with the Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity, Undergraduate Academic Affairs, Asian Student Commission, and the Asian Pacific Islander American Faculty & Staff Association.

All story submissions were collected from interested volunteers.

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