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How Do I Begin? Our Voices, Our Stories: Hmong American Narratives

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WHEN: Monday, December 30, 2019

TIME: 12:00 – 4 PM

LOCATION: Backroom At The Revue

ADDRESS:

620 E Olive Ave

Fresno, CA 93728

FREE TO THE PUBLIC

Join members from the community coming together to highlight poetry from Hmong writers and poets.

“How Do I Begin?” is the title of a poem by Soul Vang from his collection To Live Here (2014, Imaginary Friend Press).

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AGENDA

EVENT DETAILS

Subject to change.

12:30 PM – 1:00 PM: Check-in & Food

1:00 – 3:30 PM: Performances

3:30 – 3:45 PM: Raffle drawing & closing remarks

3:45 PM: Meet & Greet and Networking in The Revue Cafe

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FEATURED ARTISTS

ANNOUNCEMENTS COMING SOON

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COMMUNITY PARTNERS

Hmong American Ink & Stories

We create space for community for writers at any stage, aiming to reaffirm, encourage, and professionalize Hmong writers and other marginalized voices, particularly to empower Asian Pacific voices.

Your voice has value, your writing has value.

Visit them at https://haisfresno.wordpress.com/

Nick Meigs Goosehead Insurance offers freedom of choice in insurance products to fit your budget and needs.

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We’re looking for event sponsors! Email us at sponsorships@tigerbytestudios.com and mention the Film Showcase and your contribution.

If you have any questions please contact celebratehmong@tigerbytestudios.com.

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MASTER OF CEREMONY (MC)

RENEE YA

RENEE YA is Hmong American and grew up in Fresno, CA. Secretary of Science Fiction & Fantasy Poetry Association (SFPA). With over 14 years of experience in the technology and video game industry in the San Francisco Bay Area. Co-founder of Tiger Byte Studios, a full-service technology company actualizing products and games from ideation all the way through to development, live operations, and marketing. A Product Manager by trade and mother to the next feisty generation of women warriors. Follow her on Twitter at @renee_cya or visit http://reneeya.com

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