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PopUP Exhibit: Refugees of the British Empire in Wisconsin

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The Ommani Center for Integrative Medicine

1166 Quail Court Suite 210

Pewaukee, Wisconsin 53072

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REFUGEES OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE - A POP UP EXHIBITION

COMES TO WISCONSIN

TWO DAYS: September 21 & 22 (11:30 am to 3:00 pm)

Opening Reception begins at 11:00 am on September 21.

An audio visual pop-up exhibit on a hidden truth about our global history. Refugees of the British Empire is sponsored by The Ommani Center for Integrative Medicine and Dr. Mahendra Kumar, and designed by The 1947 Partition Archive.

Learn about the little know, but largest mass refugee crisis that unfolded when the British empire broke up after World War II, directly from survivors and witnesses, many of whom who now call the United States home -- your own neighbors and friends. Join us for two days of an enriching cultural journey in Pewaukee as we explore untold stories from Refugees of the British Empire.

Discover the impacts of this untold chapter of our world history through a series of talks, a storytelling event and an audio visual pop-up exhibition.

We ask for a small $10 cover donation as a benefit The 1947 Partition Archive. For more information please email info@ommanicenter.com

*Please note: Space and hence seating is limited for the opening reception, so we suggest you book early. You do not need to purchase separate tickets for the exhibit, if you book for the opening reception.


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