janm presents conversations/loving prize presentation with kip fulbeck and maya soetoro-ng

If you're in the Los Angeles area, I wanted to make sure you knew about this event happening next weekend at the Japanese American National Museum. Dr. Maya Soetoro-Ng -- President Barack Obama's sister -- and artist/professor/writer/hapa activist Kip Fulbeck will be having a conversation about what it means to be multiracial in America. Check the details:
Conversations & Loving Prize Presentation with Kip Fulbeck & Dr. Maya Soetoro-Ng

Saturday, Jun 12, 2010
7:30 PM

UPDATE: Please note that this program is now sold out. But we will be taking names for the waiting list. Please follow directions listed below.

Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to hear directly from two notable individuals, artist/professor/writer/hapa activist Kip Fulbeck and President Obama's sister/educator/author Dr. Maya Soetoro-Ng, as they discuss identity, family, and what it means to be multiracial in America. This program will be moderated by Amy Hill.

$15 members; $20 non-members. Buying tickets in advance is recommended. To purchase tickets, go to the front desk of the Museum during open hours or call the Museum's main line at 213-625-0414. If no one answers, please leave a message with your name, what program you'd like to buy tickets for and your telephone number.

There will be a book signing and light reception after program.
Take note that this program is actually sold out. But I wanted to make sure people knew about it, just in case you really really really want to go, because they are taking names for the waiting list. For more information, go to the JANM website here.

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