Feminist thriller play opens at Mixed Blood Theater

Mixed Blood Theater 1501 South 4th St., Minneapolis

Man of God, a funny feminist thriller play will open at Minneapolis’ Mixed Blood Theater in February. The setting for the film, a mission trip to Bangkok by four members of a Christian girls’ youth group. They discover he has hidden a camera in their hotel bathroom. Their rage and rage and disillusionment fuel violent […]


Reading event for We Were Meant to Rise

Carolyn Holbrook, Ed Bok Lee, and Alexs Pate will read from and discuss their writing from the powerful new book, We Are Meant to Rise:  Voices for Justice from Minneapolis to the World in a free virtual event on Tuesday,  February 22, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. (Central).  The anthology features  Asian American (including two Korean American), […]


Coalition of AA Leaders hold Asian Minnesotan Day at Capitol

The Coalition of Asian American Leaders (CAAL)  will hold an Asian Minnesotan Day at the Capitol, to be held Monday, March 7, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  The presentations will include champions on  CAAL policy priorities, advocacy education from CAAL staff and leaders, and opportunities for constituents to speak with their legislators about issues impacting […]


HANA Center hosts  2022 #IAmAnImmigrant storytelling speakers 

HANA Center will present its fourth annual #IAmAnImmigrant storytelling fundraiser event on Friday, March 11, 2022, 6 p.m., via Zoom. The event is intended look back on the Atlanta shootings one year after eight people (including six Asian women) lost their lives. The event will feature a multigenerational panel of Asian American women from the […]


Virtual event for transnational adoptees will reflect on Atlanta shootings

The Korean Adoptees of Chicago (KAtCH) will host a virtual discussion with activist (and Korean adoptee) Stephanie Drenka,  entitled Connect and Reflect, on Tuesday, March 22. The intent of the discussion is to allow participants to talk about the significance of the Atlanta spa hate-crime shootings that took place March 16, 2021. The event, to […]


Adoptee Hub offers monthly sessions for birth search stories

The adoptee service and advocacy organization Adoptee Hub will offer a virtual meeting and conversation about birth family search and reunion challenges with guest speaker Shelby Redfield Kilgore. The session will be offered online, via Zoom, Saturday, March 26, 10 a.m. Kilgore, a Korean adoptee,  has 15 years of experience as a filmmaker and documentarian […]


Theater Mu invites applicants for Community Monologues

A class for youth of color (age 18 and older) will be held March 31 through May 1, Monday and Thursday evenings.  Playwright and Theater Mu actor Eric Sharp will instruct. Participants will memorize and rehearse a single two- to four-minute monologue, with additional material if time allows.  The class will be held via Zoom […]

Fiber artist Lora Vahlsing exhibits What the Paper Reveals in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

Artist exhibition of works in paper, thread and canvas Fiber artist Lora Vahlsing will exhibit a collection of new works entitled What the Paper Reveals in a solo exhibition in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. The pieces, in two and three dimensions, repeat geometric and organic shapes in various combinations, and are created from paper, thread […]


First Adoptee Literary Festival to be offered virtually

The first Adoptee Literary Festival will be held virtually on Saturday, April 9, 8 a.m. through 10 p.m. (CDT). The purpose of the festival is to highlight writing by adoptees from the perspective of their own experience. It will feature numerous Korean adoptee writers such as Nicole Chung, author of the memoir All You Could […]


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