Asian Pacific Teens’ Resource Fair and Exposition 2012

24 Apr

The Asian Pacific Teens’ Resource Fair and Exposition is an event organized by the Council on Asian-Pacific
Minnesotans (CAPM). The event is a combination of a resource fair where Community and student organizations have been invited to host a resource table to inform guests about the services they can provide to Asian youth in Minnesota.

The Exposition is a showcase the efforts of youth embracing and appreciating the fine arts, in particular dance, drama, film, music and writing. There will be performances showcase of diverse Asian Pacific cultural heritages, as well as, modern influences on Asian Pacific teenagers’ experiences in today’s society.

Resource Groups:
Asian Pacific Youth Council
Asian Sorority Interest Group
Chinese Social Service Center
Vietnamese Culture & Science Association, MN Chapter
American Academy of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
Minnesota Department of Human Rights
Minnesota Department of Transportation
Inver Hills Community College
South East Asian Youth 4 Change
Community Action Against Racism (CAAR)
Vibha, Help Them Grow
Hmong American Mutual Association, INC
Students for Obama

This event is FREE and open to the public. Come join us for food, dance and to learn more about what is available to you in your community. This unique collaborative program between the Council on Asian Pacific Minnesotans and the Minnesota Humanities Center is funded in part with money for the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fun that was created with the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4th, 2008.

About APYC. The Asian Pacific Youth Leadership Council (APYC) is a leadership program of the Council on Asian-Pacific Minnesotans, a state agency created by the legislature to advise them and the governor on issues of importance to Asian Pacific Minnesotans. The mission of the APYC is to be the voice of their generation.

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