Performance: Refugee Re/Enactments
Refugee Re/Enactments is a site-specific performance that will be presented on Dickson Court. The project remembers and claims the history of the then-largest college campus protest against the war in Southeast Asia. The performance will be followed by a panel discussion with lead artist Tiffany Lytle, Dr. Jolie Chea, Professors Thu-huong Nguyen-Vo, Leisy Abrego, and Lucy MSP Burns.
This project is co-presented by the Asian Languages and Cultures, Asian American Studies Department, and the UCLA Residential Life Arts on the Hill. It is supported by the Asia Pacific Center, the Asian American Studies Center, the Center for Southeast Asian Studies, the UCLA International Institute, the Department of Comparative Literature, World Arts and Cultures, the Center for International Migration, the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center and the Program for Undocumented Students Office.
This event is free.