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Subject: Bearing Our Own Flags cultural event

Description:
Tuesday | November 29th | 12 p.m. - 2 p.m. | STAMP Nanticoke Room

The Bearing Our Own Flags is a unique cultural event that will allow members
of the UMD community to dive deep into the lived experiences of Asian
American Pacific Islander (AAPI) students. Come and hear people from a
variety of ethnic backgrounds share their narrative about how they've
experienced race/ethnicity/culture. You'll be able to sit down one-on-one and
learn what it means to be a Vietnamese American, Filipino American, Indian
American, etc. While many cultural showcases utilize food, music, and dance
as a means of sharing culture, this event aims to showcase culture through
the power of storytelling.

Would you like to volunteer as a storyteller? Sign Up Now:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScFMTFxbXGk5VCR1wZ3ErxBHIolM3nroOomHaVzaZJu9kX1cw/viewform

**(FREE) Chic Fil A snacks and refreshments will be provided to everyone.

Sponsored by: The Office of Multicultural Involvement & Community Advocacy
(MICA)

Question may be directed to Ben Beltran

Benjamin Beltran
Graduate Coordinator for Asian Pacific American (APA) Student Involvement &
Advocacy
Multicultural Involvement & Community Advocacy | 1120 Stamp Student Union
University of Maryland, College Park
Master of Student Affairs Candidate 2017
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