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Tina E. Yeh Fellow - Chong Gu (YSoArch '23) discusses organizing with Red Canary Song

Join us for a conversation, led by Chong Gu (YSoArch '23) our 2022 Tina E. Yeh Fellow, about their experience interning for the Red Canary Song this past summer. This event will be held in person at the AACC but will also have a Zoom link to allow for remote participation.

Tina E. Yeh Fellow - Chong Gu (YSoArch '23) discusses organizing with Red Canary Song
Tina E. Yeh Fellow - Chong Gu (YSoArch '23) discusses organizing with Red Canary Song

Time & Location

Feb 02, 2023, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

REGISTER: https://cglink.me/2dA/r1970389

About the Event

Join us for a conversation, led by Chong Gu (YSoArch '23) our 2022 Tina E. Yeh Fellow, about their experience interning for the Red Canary Song this past summer. They will discuss their experience sharing space, mourning loss and building solidarity with the Asian migrant massage worker community.

This event will be held in person at the AACC for current students but will also have a Zoom link to allow for remote participation.  

REGISTRATION LINK: https://cglink.me/2dA/r1970389  

Please feel free to contact karmen.cheung@aaaya.org if there are any issues with registration.

About the Tina E. Yeh Community Service Fellowship

The Tina E. Yeh Community Service Fellowship offers students and recent graduates an opportunity to learn about and directly contribute to the Asian community. The fellowship is awarded to students doing direct service in the Asian American or Asian Canadian community in Northern America. 

Tina Eugenia Yeh graduated from Yale University in 1983 and received a master's degree at Yale School of Organization and Management. She was a dedicated ethnic counselor at Yale and stayed in touch with her counselees for many years. Tina was a gentle and kind soul and touched lives with her grace, selflessness and good humor. Tragically, Tina, her father and aunt died in the Singapore Airlines crash in Taipei in October 2000. In 2001, the family and friends of Tina Yeh established a fund in her memory. Their efforts made the fellowship program a permanent resource for Yale students and for Asian community-based groups.

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