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AAPI Art & Action

Join the Asian Culture Club to discuss the recent rise of violence against the Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) community and use art as a form of action.  Participants will have a mini art lesson before having a chance to design their own advocacy pin in support of the AAPI community.  The designs can be submitted at the end of the event and several designs will be chosen to be produced for distribution to the entire community at the start of May, Asian American Heritage Month. Family-friendly event.

Zoom link: https://friendsseminary.zoom.us/j/98659702638
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