Please support the writers and artists in Outsider’s Within: Writings on Transracial Adoption published by South End Press.
Upcoming readings and events:
West Coast USA Launch. Thursday, November 9 at 7:00 PM, Student Union, Mills College in Oakland, California. Co-hosted by the Ethnic Studies department and the Native American Sisterhood Alliance as part of Native American Heritage Month.
Featuring editors Julia Chinyere Oparah (aka Julia Sudbury) & Jane
Jeong Trenka, and contributors Kimberly Fardy, Ellen Barry, Gregory
Choy, and featured speaker Sandra White Hawk . MC: Margo Okazawa-Rey.
American Studies Roundtable. Monday, November 13, 2006, 3:30. Scott Hall Commons, U
of Minnesota East Bank Campus. Sponsored by Mas(s) Color, the graduate
student of color organization in the American Studies Department at the
U of M. Featuring editors
Sun Yung Shin & Jane, Asha Tall of South End Press, and
contributors Kim Park Nelson, Ami Nafzger, Sandy White Hawk, Jae Ran
Kim, Shannon Gibney, and Beth Kyong Lo.
East Coast USA Launch event. November 17, 2006 at Red Emma’s, Baltimore, Maryland, 7:30 PM. Featuring Soo Na.
Midwest book launch: November 18, 2006 at the Barbara Barker
Center for Dance, University of Minnesota campus from 6:00-9:00 pm.
Co-sponsored by the Asian American Studies and Dance departments.
Featured readers include: Jane
Jeong Trenka & Sun Yung Shin (editors), Asha Tall
(editor/publisher, South End Press), and contributors Jae Ran Kim, Beth
Kyong Lo, Kim Park Nelson, Bryan Thao Worra, and Sandy White Hawk.
Performances by: Ananya Dance Theatre (performing an excerpt from Duurbaar (Unstoppable) and featuring contributor Shannon Gibney) & First Nations Orphans Association .
FNOA along with other spiritual leaders will offer a Wiping of Tears
Ceremony for all those healing from the pain of separation from their