Immigrants’ Journeys…Voices Being Heard

Date(s) - May 26, 2020
7:00 PM
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Join us for an enriching evening from the comfort of your home. Hear the voices of several Filipino-American immigrants as they share personal narratives. Their storytelling will be facilitated by Mary Anne Alabanza Akers, Ph.D., Dean and Professor, School of Architecture and Planning of Morgan State University.

In the spirit of “Katipunan”, let us gather, sit back, relax, and enjoy our guests’ tales. Embrace their incredible stories–get a clear understanding of their immigrants’ journeys, and learn why they chose their paths.

This virtual event is FREE. Registration is required. Click here to register, and you will receive the link to attend.

Presented by the Katipunan Filipino American Association of Maryland as part of a grant from Maryland Humanities.



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