Deporting Cambodians: How Immigration Policy Shapes Our Communities
A New Dialogue Initiative Exhibit
ON DISPLAY through October 18, 2009
The Wing Luke Asian Museum
Sponsored by: 4Culture, Adobe, ArtsFund, City of Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, Little Family Foundation, Marguerite Casey Foundation, Washington State Arts Commission. Media sponsor: Comcast.
The recent deportations of Cambodian refugees are just one point in a long line of immigration policies that have shaped the lives of immigrants to the U.S. This poignant exhibit explores how immigration and refugee policies have formed communities by impacting where people live and work, causing long-lasting effects on families, and influencing sense of identity.
The New Dialogue Initiative is a multi-strategy program that address concerns and urgent needs about contemporary social issues and news events affecting the Asian Pacific American community.
Adult (18-61) $8
Seniors (62+) $6
Students: grades 6 & above $6
Students: grades K-5 $5
Kids ages 5-12 $5
Kids under 5 free