In December 2009, dozens of Asian immigrant students boycotted their high school and launched a civil rights campaign around a district's responsibility to provide a safe educational climate. Asian Americans United and partners curate an exhibit featuring voices from a campaign that sought educational justice in a school struggling with violence and racial discord. Featuring photographs by Harvey Finkle and Kathy Shimizu. The exhibit will be open through September 2012. We Cannot Keep Silent was developed as a Folk Arts and Social Change residency at PFP.
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