Colorism in the API Community with the Cosmos

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Join The Cosmos and Kaya Essentials for a discussion of Colorism in the API community. Together, we will watch a short 15 minute documentary from Refinery 29's Shady Series and break out into smaller groups to have healthy guided conversations in a safe supportive environment. 

Closing out our session, we’ll have a meditation lead by LA Cosmos Ambassador Ronnie Mok. 

Thanks to our food sponsor, Little Fatty, for providing us with yummy bites! Our amazing menu is as follows:
- Peppered steak skewers with marinated daikon
- Vegan egg rolls
- Hainan chicken bites
- Seasoned shrimp chips 

There will also be tea + coffee provided, a gift bag from Kaya Essentials and t
he first 5 sign ups also receive a tote bag from The Cosmos. We also have some gift cards from Little Fatty to raffle off! 

WHEN: Saturday October 5, 2:00 - 3:30 pm

LOCATION: Society 6, 1655 26th Street, Santa Monica, 90404

PARKING: There is free parking around the building, please park in any of the empty spots. The entrance to our space will be marked as you enter in from 26th street.

October is also Filipino American Historic Month and with each attendee, a school meal is provided in the Philippines in public elementary schools. We can't wait to connect with you! 

About our Partner:

The Cosmos is a community for Asian women creators and rule breakers to flourish and thrive. Through content and experiences, we empower Asian women to create the representation and culture change we deserve. Our events offer a supportive space to not only talk, but also amplify our voices on topics that affect them and their communities. The Cosmos produces custom experiences by Asian women, for Asian women and is inclusive of self-identifying women, femmes, gender nonconforming, queer, and transgender individuals of Asian, Pacific Islander, South Asian, and mixed descent.

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