The Pan-Valley Institute is preparing to present the 2017 Tamejavi Culture and Arts Series. The Tamejavi Culture and Arts Series consists of public, story-based events that celebrate the culmination of the Tamejavi Cultural Organizing Fellowship Program, which encourages immigrants and … Continue reading
Tamejavi Fellows, Alumni and Apprentice Fellows gathered in Madera, Ca August 19, at a cultural kitchen to celebrate the completion of the capacity building phase of the TCOFP third cohort and to launch the Tamejavi Culture and Art Series. Fellows … 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
We are deeply troubled by news that the Obama administration is planning to conduct a second round of raids to deport women and children from Central America. The raids are said to target young people who crossed the border as … Continue reading
Do you know an emerging grassroots leader representing a Central Valley immigrant community, who is rooted in the community, is interested in mobilizing and engaging people in creative endeavors and is open to learning strategies for activating the power of … Continue reading
Continuing with their learning journey on Saturday, August 16, 2014 Tamejavi fellows will participate in a Decolonization workshop led by Dr. Gaspar Rivera Salgado. The place of the workshop will be the San Joaquin River parkway in Fresno. This workshop … Continue reading
Saturday, July 26, Tamejavi Cultural Organizing Fellowship Program (TCOFP) Fellows, Learning Groups, and Coordinating Group Members will travel to Atwater, CA (Merced County) to visit Dolly Solomon. Dolly will host the Cultural Kitchen “Taste of India” that will highlight the … Continue reading
Building a Sense of Home is a visual testimony of an 18-month learning journey in which ten immigrant leaders participated as fellows of the Tamejavi Cultural Organizing Fellowship Program (TCOFP). The images are glimpses of the many activities in which … Continue reading
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 2,000 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 3 years to get that many views.