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Join CAM on June 23, 2021, @ 5 pm PDT for our annual commemoration of Vincent Chin. This year’s panel discussion will pay tribute to Chin’s legacy in the Asian American Movement by igniting an important conversation about telling our stories with authenticity and reverence.
Speakers include moderator Helen Zia, panelists Paula Madison, Lisa Ling, Renee Tajima-Peña, and Donald Young.
Preceding the live panel discussion will be an opportunity for registrants to screen the documentary film “Who Killed Vincent Chin?” by Renee Tajima-Peña and Christine Choy. The film will be available to view on June 22 from 5 pm – 8 pm PDT only. The film length is approximately 1.5 hours. Registration is required to access the film. Click here to register for this free event.
Join our next Kid’s Story Time Featuring Asian American Children’s Authors on Wednesday, June 16 @ 4 pm PDT. Miss Rita will be reading Bear and Chicken, a funny and clever friendship tale that teaches kids that things are not always as they seem, while learning a thing or two about making soup with a friend. Register here!
To close off our Year of the Ox online exhibition, we collaborated with three of the artist from the show to make fun and cute activities for you to do at home! Take a closer look with Dianna Xu, Mark Wang, and Annie Wong. Make sure to download the activities and tag us on Instagram and Facebook to show us your creation.
The Board of Directors and Staff of the Chinese American Museum are sickened by the news that eight innocent victims, including six Asian American women, were murdered at the hands of a gunman who went on a killing spree March 16, targeting three Atlanta, Georgia area spas.
Our hearts are broken over these senseless deaths, and we grieve alongside the families and friends of the victims.
Following directives from local, state, and federal governments, the staff will not be in the office. We will not be able to check our mailbox daily. Any communications via physical mail is expected to be delayed. If you need assistance, please call 213.485.8484 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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