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A Refugee’s Journey of Survival and Hope
Seattle's Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience presents an exhibition of refugee stories.
See life through the eyes of a refugee through personal stories, moving photographs and multimedia. Hear first-hand accounts of how refugees survived war, violence and oppression with hopes for a better future for their families. Ponder the trials of starting a life with nothing, in strange places and foreign cities, and having to call this new place a home.
Sponsored by: The Hugh and Jane Ferguson Foundation, Humanities Washington, Washington State Arts Commission
Additional funding from: 4Culture, ArtsFund, MetLife Foundation, The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, The Seattle Foundation, City of Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, The National Endowment for the Arts, The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 2009
Community Partners: Asian Counseling and Referral Service, Coalition for Refugees from Burma, Helping Link, Hmong Association of Washington, International Rescue Committee, Jewish Family Service Refugee and Immigrant Service Centers, Khmer In Action, Lao Heritage Foundation-Pacific Northwest Chapter, Legacies of War, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, OneAmerica, Refugee and Immigrant Children’s Program of Lutheran Community Services Northwest, Tibetan Association of Washington
Media Partner: KBCS 91.3 FM.
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