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Collaboration with the Council on Asian Pacific Minnesotans

PlanScape Impact(s): Arts & Culture ; Diversity and Inclusion ; TBD
Last modified: May 18, 2020

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This storytelling project with CAPM will feature Minnesota Cambodian community leaders in a series of video shorts.

 

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Featuring storytelling project with CAPM will feature Minnesota Cambodian community leaders in a series of video shorts.

 

Videos

Cambodian Minnesotan Stories: Sam Ouk

 


 

 

  

 

Related Reports


 

 

 

Pinned Minnesota Humanities Center (MHC) organization and project reports


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Project Report of Legacy Arts and Cultural Heritage : February 13, 2021 : MHC: Legacy Arts and Cultural Heritage - 2021 Grantees

 OpenBeam.net is grateful to to have a chance to talk to some of the 2021 MHC Cultural  Identity Grant applicants and recipients. 



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