Saturday, 28. January 2017, Stanford, LTS 2017: Know History, Know Self, Know Solidarity

[MORE DETAILS ABOUT THE EVENT WILL BE UPDATED AS AVAILABLE]

Join us for the 21st annual Listen to the Silence Conference: Know History, Know Self, Know Solidarity.

Listen to the Silence is an annual Asian American issues conference hosted by the Stanford Asian American Students' Association. Students and community members are all welcome to attend! The conference is FREE and includes food and performances. Workshops schedule, keynote speaker, and concert headliner to be announced.

This year’s conference focuses on restoring the roots of the Asian American identity and advancing a vision of justice that emphasizes our intricate ties to other communities of color. Through this theme, we seek to engage in the exploration of intersectionality, coalition, and collectivity as we strive to become united with other movements. We hope to provide a space for conference participants to grow, heal, and take action. By the end of Listen to the Silence 2017, we hope that participants will feel empowered to contribute to the on-going movements and work towards a just and equitable world for all.

REGISTER HERE: http://tinyurl.com/LTS2017reg

Check out our website http://aasa.stanford.edu/lts/ for more information.

Follow us on Facebook or twitter at twitter.com/StanfordLTS for updates.

If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail us at stanfordLTSteam@gmail.com.

LTS 2017: Know History, Know Self, Know Solidarity

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