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
On July 11, 2015 my team and I put together the presentation “Are You Hmong?” that aims to explore how identity influences the way we interact with our immigrant community and how we organize, through storytelling. The basis for … Continue reading
By Ruby Hinojosa On Saturday, June 20th Dolly Solomon, in collaboration with her Learning Group, held the fourth installment of the Tamejavi Culture and Arts Series (TCAS) which centered on Indian culture and its many facets including music, dance, and … Continue reading
Hola a todos mis companeros becarios de Tamejavi. Quiero agradecerles a todos los que asistieron a mi evento, Encuentro Purhepecha. Ojala les haya gustado porque aunque fue muy sensillo el programa pero lo hicimos con mucho gusto para compartilo con … Continue reading
Join us for a celebration of art and culture as the Valley’s immigrant communities share their stories. The Tamejavi Culture and Art Series: Regaining a Sense of Home, a Celebration of Color and Heritage consists of heritage-based events, featuring the … Continue reading
Good morning All, I would like to re-schedule the Hmong Culture Ktichen event at my house for July 21st, 2012 from 9:00am to 12:00 noon.
After seven months in the program, the Tamejavi fellows spent May 25 through 27 at a retreat in Wonder Valley for the second of three residential gatherings they will participate during the two-year program. At the gathering, the fellows engaged in … Continue reading
There is very rich information to learn from the Tamejavi Heritage Gallery-Estela Galvan Continue reading
Myrna Martinez Nateras The kitchen has traditionally been a space where people gather, not only to enjoy and share their culinary arts, but more importantly a place where family, friends and neighbors share their stories of joy and pain. The … Continue reading
In April, the Cambodian community have our biggest celebration of the year, Khmer New Year! This coming Saturday, April 14th is our big day.