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|11/12: Stanford University's 10th Annual Asian American Issues Conference
Released 09 October 2005  By Stanford's Asian American Students' Association
10th Annual Asian American Issues Conference
Listen to the Silence: "Can't Stop, Won't Stop: Sustaining the Asian American Movement"
Keynote Speaker: Kimi Lee, Executive Director of the Garment Worker Center in Los Angeles
Date: Saturday, November 12th, 2005
Location: School of Education, Stanford University
Registration/Check-In Begins at 9AM
(Online registration is coming soon!)
Workshops range from discussions on Arts/Media, Homphobia and Heterosexism within the Asian American community, Sex Trafficking of Asian/Asian American women, Immigration and Deportation, and more!
Followed by an evening concert, featuring Vietnamese American Spoken Word Artist Bao Phi, along with other Asian American artists.
For more information email email@example.com or check out aasa.stanford.edu/lts/htm.
Sponsored by Stanford's Asian American Students' Association
Stanford Asian American Activism Committee
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