វត្តពុទ្ធសាសនរង្សី Fresno Cambodian Buddhist Society, Inc. A California Non-Profit Organization ID#77-0144354 All Contributions are tax deductible 2355 N Valentine Ave Fresno California 93722 The Cambodian Community is honored to invite you to join us in our annual celebration of … Continue reading
On each side of the political spectrum, one need not look too long, before finding an American that proudly perpetuates the romantic view of the U.S. melting pot. There is no arguing that the social and economic infrastructure of the U.S. was built by an international coalition of immigrants, some arriving to find better economic and social opportunity, some as refugees, and some against their will. The history of the United States is also a history of international human migration. Continue reading
The Tamejavi Cultural Organizing Fellowship Program will be publishing a zine called “MAI” in March. This publication will be the first of a series of creative literary space for for Southeast Asian Americans whose work reflects and tell the stories … Continue reading
On Saturday September 24, Pan Valley Institute of American Friends Service Committee participated along with many members of the Central Valley community representing different non-profit organizations, churches, masjids, and temples in a two-mile walk to raise awareness and show support … Continue reading
On October 02, 2016 I attend the showing of Dr. Thomas Ellis’ production of Hands Up at Fresno State. The production consists of 7 testaments written by 7 writers, inspired by the death of Michael Brown, who was shot multiple times … Continue reading
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On September 25th 2016 the pan Valley institute held an education forum in Caruthers. The topics for the day included AB60, DACA and DAPA update, Prop 47, and Ice out of Fresno campaign.
The Pan Valley Institute of the American Friends Service Committee is organizing a vigil followed by a workshop presented by special guest Maestro Pergentino Jose Ruiz. Pergentino Jose Ruiz is a Zapoteco writer, poet and teacher in the state of … Continue reading
On a recent trip to Los Angeles, I had the pleasure of visiting the Refugee Photo Exhibit at the Annenburgh Space for Photography. This exhibit has been shown from April 23, 2016 to August 21, 2016 and focuses on sharing … Continue reading
It was well said by Dr. Martin Luther King more than 50 years ago, “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” Yet, in today’s world everyday we see … Continue reading