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Reclaiming Our Hidden History

AAPI Heritage Month

Reclaiming Our Hidden History

Miko Lee is an activist, storyteller and educator who believes in the power of story to amplify voices. She will debunk the quiet and subservient Asian American model minority myth with stories of the community’s history of activism and solidarity. She believes the only way to envision a new future, is to remember the radical past and move forward together.

Lee is director of programs for Asian Americans for Civil Rights and Equality and is lead producer of APEX Express on KPFA Radio, which focuses on AAPI activists and artists. She is on the National Advisory Committee of Teaching Artists Guild. Her career has been rooted in the nonprofit world, first as a theater actor, director and writer, then as an artistic director and arts education leader.

Light appetizers and refreshments will be provided.

Reservations required. 

This event is sponsored by the office of Talent, Culture and Diversity in partnership with the Ethnic and Race Studies Department.


Sponsored By
The office of Talent, Culture and Diversity and the Ethnic and Race Studies Department


Maria Thayer