Inspired by a 100-year old photograph in the belongings of his great Uncle Kim, author Russell Low will share his decades-long search to find the stories behind the image. Low will share the story of Ah Ying, and illustrate Chinese American history from the building of the Transcontinental Railroad to the devastating effects of the Chinese Exclusion Act and subsequent slave trafficking of young Chinese women. A story rooted in a strong, resilient protagonist, the story encourages everyone to explore their roots and celebrates what makes us uniquely American.
Support the Dr. Russell Low and Carolyn Hesse-Low Nursing Scholarship
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Dr. Russell Low
Author of THREE COINS
Tuesday, April 19, 2022
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Hear the incredible story of one family’s experience with human trafficking, racial discrimination, and immigration. Learn how their determination and resilience motivated future generations to persevere and pay it forward all the way to our present time. Join Dr. Russell Low as he recounts his family’s story and his own personal experiences that led to his support of CSUSM School of Nursing students.
Hosted by the College of Education, Health & Human Services in partnership with the School of Nursing, and Student Nurses' Assocation at California State University San Marcos. This event is co-sponsored by the Cross-Cultural Center
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