Refugee Re/Enactments

Tuesday, April 17, 2018
8:00 am - 3:00 pm, Dickson Court - North - Perloff Quad

See below for additional information.

Admission

Free and open to the public.

Contact

Asian American Studies
(310) 267-5592
tkle@asianam.ucla.edu

Additional Information

Refugee Re/Enactments is a public performance and commemoration of the history of social and political engagement at UCLA.

Dickson Court and Royce Quad were the sites of some of the largest students protests against the U.S. war in Vietnam and its bombings of Cambodia and Laos.

The event will include a memorial ceremony by singer Tiffany Lytle. Lytle will also lead a workshop on Cambodian classical dance costuming.

Dr. Jolie Chea, also an alum of the AAS M.A. program, will give a presentation on Cambodian refugees, gang involvement, and deportation.

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