A student-led Talanoa Takeover, talking mental health with community professionals. Plus, a Masima wrap-up and covering Pasifika representation on the Big Screen.
Tonight's show features the following people, organizations and/or events. Check them out and get plugged into your community!
Kā'eo Drumwright, a Pasifika filmmaker who served on the screening committee for the annual Masima Pacific Islands Film Tour. Check out his films online: youtube.com/@HalePahu
Lulu Latu-Wolfgramm, Director of Empowered Living Services at Pacific Island Knowledge 2 Action Resources.
June 1: 3rd Annual Pasifika Pride Picnic, 6:00 p.m. at Jordan Park, 1060 S. 900 W., SLC. Event by Nuanua Collective: "We started this event 3 years ago to encourage our Queer Pasifika community to come together and break bread and it’s turned into a wonderful communal gathering that we open up to all LGBTQ+ BIPOC as well as family and friends of all ages. Let’s spend another Pasifika Pride Pinic together enjoying good weather, food, music, an art activity, volleyball, and each other’s company. There are picnic tables available but we encourage you to bring your own mats, blankets, chairs, pillows, whatever will make you the most comfortable while we picnic! We ask that you RSVP for catering and art supply purposes. You can RSVP for yourself or as a group or organization
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