Written by Marketing Communications
May 2, 2022
Seattle University's Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) is honoring the Asian American and Pacific Islander community with events and opportunities to elevate their voices and culture.
Below is a list of upcoming offerings during the month of May:
Xuân Cultural Festival 1-3:30 p.m.RSVP here
SU's Vietnamese Student Association formally invites you to this year's 17th annual Xuân Cultural Festival, Chúng Ta Là Một (We Are One). This year’s theme centers on the importance of unity as a family in Vietnamese culture and traditions.
3rd Peter L. Lee Endowed Lecture in East Asian Culture and Civilization4-6 p.m.RSVP here
"Heavenly Learning’: Jesuit Science in Imperial China” will be delivered by Florence C. Hsia, PhD, Professor of History of Science (Department of History) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Returning to our Roots5-9:30 p.m. Purchase tickets here
Seattle University Marianas TaoTao Tåno Club is proud to host the 29th Annual Fiesta, "Returning to our Roots." Experience the meaning and roots behind what defines the Chamorro/CHamoru people through the retelling of ancient legends and performances that reflect the history of the Chamorro/CHamoru ancestors who keep the cultural heritage thriving to this day.
May 3-4, 2022GiveBIG, a 48-hour Giving Event
In partnership with the Fr. Stephen J. Sundborg, S.J. Center for Community Engagement, ODI recommends checking out the following organizations during this annual giving event:
Watch the Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration at Seattle Center.
For more information about these events, visit https://www.seattleu.edu/diversity/honoring-our-heritage/honoring-aapi-history/.
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