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Panel: How Storytelling Can Lead to Social Change
July 25 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pmFree
Using personal narratives as a catalyst for collective social impact, Asian American creatives and change-makers from OPAWL and OBG – OtherBrownGirl.com will share innovative, disruptive, movement building projects that re-write and challenge the dominant cultural narratives that shape our world.
Centering the voices of women and gender expansive leaders, activists, artists, educators, and writers Emily Hanako Momohara, Dr. Naazneen Diwan, Fariha Tayyab, and moderator Jing Lauengco, this powerful panel explores the practices of AAPI creativity, intersectionality, grassroots community organizing, and resilience that uplift immigrant stories to create social and political change.
This panel is part of Literary Cleveland’s INKubator writing conference and will take place online on Sunday, July 25 at 3:00-4:30pm EST.
Registration via Zoom is free. This panel will also be livestreamed on the Literary Cleveland Facebook page. We hope you can join us!