Stories of a Girl curated by Binh Danh shares the hopes and dreams behind the statistics of human trafficking. Key highlights of the art exhibit include photos taken by trafficking survivors living in Pacific Links Foundation's shelters.
The exhibit is viewable during open hours of the library, please check for holiday closures:
Mon - Thu 8am - 9pm
Fri 8am - 6pm
Sat 9am - 6pm
Sun 1pm - 7pm
The opening reception will be held on Sunday, April 14th from 3 - 6pm on the 4th floor. Join us to learn more about Pacific Links Foundation's efforts to prevent human trafficking. The reception includes stories from the field, a book reading by leading Vietnamese-American author Andrew Lam from his latest book, Birds of Paradise Lost, and a jazz performance by Thùy Linh. RSVP here.
Be engaged, forward the event to your network. Stop human trafficking!
Binh Danh has emerged as an artist of national importance with work that investigates his Vietnamese heritage and our collective memory of war, both in Vietnam and Cambodia.
Pacific Links Foundation leads counter-trafficking efforts at the frontiers of Vietnam by increasing access to education, providing shelter and reintegration services, and enabling economic opportunities. Since 2005, PALS has served 10,000+ people.
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 510.435.3035.
Pacific Links Foundation
Pacific Links Foundation (PALS) breaks the cycle of human trafficking by investing comprehensively in at-risk youth to prevent trafficking before it starts and in survivors to build a new life. Since 2005, PALS’ counter-trafficking initiatives has served 10,000+ people.