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Presented By: Multi Ethnic Student Affairs - MESA

AA&PI HM: Burmese Americans: Weaving a Liberated Life Through Coups, Narratives, & Organizing

The graphic includes a light blue solid background. At the top in orange text it reads, "Burmese Americans." Below is the text, "Weaving a liberated life through coups, narratives, & organizing" followed by, "Join the Burma Center and AA&PI Heritage Month for a panel and conversation with Michigan-based organizers Tha Par & Dim Mang." Two photos of Par and Mang in circular frames are shown next to their respective names. The date, time, and location are listed at the bottom as "Thursday, March 24th from 6-7PM over Zoom." The graphic includes a light blue solid background. At the top in orange text it reads, "Burmese Americans." Below is the text, "Weaving a liberated life through coups, narratives, & organizing" followed by, "Join the Burma Center and AA&PI Heritage Month for a panel and conversation with Michigan-based organizers Tha Par & Dim Mang." Two photos of Par and Mang in circular frames are shown next to their respective names. The date, time, and location are listed at the bottom as "Thursday, March 24th from 6-7PM over Zoom."
The graphic includes a light blue solid background. At the top in orange text it reads, "Burmese Americans." Below is the text, "Weaving a liberated life through coups, narratives, & organizing" followed by, "Join the Burma Center and AA&PI Heritage Month for a panel and conversation with Michigan-based organizers Tha Par & Dim Mang." Two photos of Par and Mang in circular frames are shown next to their respective names. The date, time, and location are listed at the bottom as "Thursday, March 24th from 6-7PM over Zoom."
"Burmese Americans: Weaving a liberated life through coups, narratives, & organizing” is a panel and conversation with Michigan-based organizers Dim Mang and Tha Par. This event will discuss the history of Burmese-Americans in Michigan, and related political organizing such as the founding of the Burma Center in Battle Creek, MI. This conversation will also center ethnic and religious minorities in Burma, and how these identities play into Burmese American organizing. We will end by asking how community members and activists can integrate the identities and histories of Burmese ethnic minorities in our efforts for collective liberation.
The graphic includes a light blue solid background. At the top in orange text it reads, "Burmese Americans." Below is the text, "Weaving a liberated life through coups, narratives, & organizing" followed by, "Join the Burma Center and AA&PI Heritage Month for a panel and conversation with Michigan-based organizers Tha Par & Dim Mang." Two photos of Par and Mang in circular frames are shown next to their respective names. The date, time, and location are listed at the bottom as "Thursday, March 24th from 6-7PM over Zoom." The graphic includes a light blue solid background. At the top in orange text it reads, "Burmese Americans." Below is the text, "Weaving a liberated life through coups, narratives, & organizing" followed by, "Join the Burma Center and AA&PI Heritage Month for a panel and conversation with Michigan-based organizers Tha Par & Dim Mang." Two photos of Par and Mang in circular frames are shown next to their respective names. The date, time, and location are listed at the bottom as "Thursday, March 24th from 6-7PM over Zoom."
The graphic includes a light blue solid background. At the top in orange text it reads, "Burmese Americans." Below is the text, "Weaving a liberated life through coups, narratives, & organizing" followed by, "Join the Burma Center and AA&PI Heritage Month for a panel and conversation with Michigan-based organizers Tha Par & Dim Mang." Two photos of Par and Mang in circular frames are shown next to their respective names. The date, time, and location are listed at the bottom as "Thursday, March 24th from 6-7PM over Zoom."
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