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T.E.A. Time with Moh Moh Min Thu & Erin Yoshimura

Updated April 20, 2009

These women of color address social issues around the world.

ASAP, Asian/Pacific American Student Services, & Diversity and Social Justice Programs present...

The Experience of All (T.E.A.) Time: Extra-Ordinary Women of Color

Moh Moh Min Thu

April 20, 12 p.m. LSC Commons
Moh Moh Thu, a case manger for the Lutheran Family Services of Colorado, has a heart firmly planted in addressing the atrocities taking place in Burma. She will present on these issues and the reasons for the growing Burmese refugee population in the Denver Metro area today.

Erin Yoshimura

April 27, 12 p.m. LSC Commons
Erin Yoshimura, founder of Empowerful Changes™ and former Editor-in-Chief of Asian Avenue magazine, is a cultural intelligence trainer and empowerment coach. She will present insights into Asian American culture, discuss the impact that Japanese American Internment had on her family, and how she uses their experience to find her voice.

Please contact Jesse or Alison at ASAP_lectures@mail.colostate.edu if you have any more questions.


Contact: Mary Branton-Housley
E-mail: Mary.Branton-Housley@colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-7476