Make Us Visible Washington Launch Event

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Make Us Visible Washington Launch Event

Join Make Us Visible Washington at our launch event for AANHPI history inclusion in Washington K-12 schools!

By Make Us Visible Washington

When and where

Date and time

Saturday, March 4 · 4 - 5:30pm PST


Wing Luke Asian Museum 407 7th Avenue South Seattle, WA 98104

About this event

UPDATE: We have reached capacity for this event but will be streaming it live via Zoom webinar. Please register to view the program, which will begin at about 4:15 p.m. Thank you!

When: Mar 4, 2023 04:15 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Topic: Make Us Visible Washington Launch Event

Register in advance for this webinar:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.


Please join Make Us Visible Washington, as we launch a state-wide effort for the inclusion of thoughtful and comprehensive Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander history and stories in the Washington K-12 curriculum. Our program will include a panel of speakers, student testimonials, entertainment, and activities! The event is free to attend (no museum fee or membership required) and light refreshments will be provided. Families welcome!

Our program will feature parents, educators, community members, and students, including:

Kelly Aramaki, Incoming Superintendent at Bellevue School District

Sui-Lan Ho'okano, Cultural Support Program Manager at Enumclaw School District

Judy Kusakabe, Retired dietitian, born during the incarceration of Japanese and Japanese Americans during WWII and presenter on personal stories of incarceration

Ululani Miller, Educator at Bellevue High School

Julie Pham, PhD, Author, Historian and CEO & Founder at CuriosityBased

Satchel Black, 7th grader

Brett Han, 12th grader

Elias Locsin, 4th grader

Antonio Talarico, 6th grader

Maggie Talarico, 6th grader

. . . and more!

We hope you can join us!

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