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The Greenberg Center for Learning and Tolerance is producing another extraordinary, compelling, and timely event! Monday, May 23, 2022 at the UCCS Ent Center for the Arts, 5225 N. Nevada Avenue. Doors open at 6 PM. Program 7-8 PM, with a Q&A and book signing to follow. The event is free, but registration is required:  https://tickets.entcenterforthearts.org/3651

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*Donations for Ukrainian refugees encouraged and can be made on the ticket site.  Vanguard Skin Specialists has partnered with World Vision to match your donations up to $50,000.

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This inspiring event will feature a talk and presentations by Colorado Springs couple Dr. Vinh and Leisle Chung. KOAA-TV anchor Dianne Derby will emcee the program.

Dr. Chung, the author of Where the Wind Leads will talk about his experience landing in America after fleeing Vietnam by boat. Leisle Chung will speak about her Korean experience that inspired the film, Minari. With a stage presentation, including book excerpts, photos, and movie clips, they will describe their experiences from their refugee and immigrant perspectives, while on their road to “becoming Americans.”

The Greenberg Center for Learning and Tolerance is donating a complimentary signed copy of the book to each family in attendance.

Dr. Vinh and Leisle Chung live in Colorado Springs and are the founders of Vanguard Skin Specialists. Dr. Chung has served on the board of World Vision, the largest Christian humanitarian organization in the world.

The Greenberg Center for Learning and Tolerance in Colorado Springs promotes learning, understanding and acceptance that honors the cultural dignity of all humanity.

Media inquiries and special groups please contact Anne Marie Pacitto at (719) 985-0266 or email annemarie@platinumprgroup.com

Thank you to our generous sponsors!

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