Past Seattle Event: VOL 70

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VOL 70

February 10, 2017
@ Seattle Central Library

Pecha Kucha Seattle and the Seattle Public Library Present PKN SEA vol. 70: American Visionaries: Immigration. Innovation & Freedom


Immigrants are a vital part of the American story. Immigrant communities are a crucial part of our cultural and economic landscape--nationally and locally. By fostering new ideas and advocating for social justice , immigrant leadership has helped shape the vision of our civic society from labor, arts, politics and beyond. Seattle Public Library and Pecha Kucha Seattle are proud to present PKN SEA vol. 70: American Visionaries - Immigration. Innovation & Freedom, an evening of personal talks celebrating the vital contributions of immigrants as they help shape a vibrant, plural vision of America.


PRESENTERS INCLUDE:

  • Luis Ortega - Storytellers for Change

  • MyTam Nguyen - Public Servant

  • Yurij Rudensky - Columbia Legal Services

  • Ardo Hersi - RadioActive Youth Media, Seattle

  • Rekha Kuver - Seattle Public Library

  • Scott Kurashige - University of Washington, Bothell School of Interdisciplinary Studies

  • Nataly Morales - Office of Senator Patty Murray

  • Andrea Lopez-Diaz - Youth Organizer

  • Shankar Narayan - ACLU Technology and Liberty Director

Ardo Hersi
Reporter, RadioActive Youth Media in Seattle
Luis Ortega
Founder, Storytellers for Change in Seattle
MyTam Nguyen
Public Servant in Seattle
Scott Kurashige
Professor, University of Washington, Bothell in Seattle
Yurij Rudensky
Attorney - Economic Justice Project, Columbia Legal Services in Seattle
Rekha Kuver
Youth and Family Library Services Manager, Seattle Public Library in Seattle
Nataly Morales
Greater King County Director, Office U.S. Senator Patty Murray in Seattle
Shankar Narayan
Techonology and Liberty Project Director, ACLU of Washington in Seattle
Andrea Lopez-Diaz
Youth Organizer in Seattle
Jasmine Zhu
Startup Consultant in Bellevue