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KACC Promo for HANA's Asian American Storytelling through Arts

  • 200 West Madison Street Chicago, IL, 60606 United States (map)

Join the Korean American Coalition of Chicago on Friday, March 22nd for Asian American Storytelling Through Art! in support of our community partner, HANA Center, to examine the intersections of immigration, citizenship, race, ethnicity, and identity! #AAStoryTelling #HANACenter #KACC

Promo "KACC" for 20% off at

Date/Time: Friday, March 30th from 6pm-9pm
Address: 200 W Madison Street, 9th floor
Dress Code: Business Casual

Limited Space! Early-bird pricing of $50 includes 1 raffle ticket
Tickets will be $65 at the door, until sold out

This event will feature powerful visual artists and thought-provoking storytellers whose subjects reflect our diverse Asian American experiences. If that's not enough, there will be delicious pan-Asian food, an open bar, and amazing raffle prizes!

Proceeds support HANA Center's critical work of empowering 15,000 Korean American, immigrant and multi-ethnic community members each year through social services, education, culture and organizing to advance human rights. RSVP and purchase your ticket today!

More about HANA Center:

In Korean, HANA means one. HANA Center's mission is to empower Korean American, immigrant, and multi-ethnic communities through social services, culture, education, and community organizing to advance human rights. When we are stronger as one, we can advance justice and liberation for all people.

For questions, contact info (at) hanacenter (dot) org.