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Audio Bites is a series of short audio stories collected by Transplanting Traditions refugee youth leaders from elders in the refugee community from Burma. The stories culminated from a summer of the eight refugee teens exploring identity, 1st and 2nd generation Asian American experiences, and storytelling as a form of activism. This project was facilitated and curated by folklorist, Katy Clune. The project would not have been possible without the immense support from Becky Butler, Jen Boehm, Amy Reynolds, and Lucia Constantine.

Folklorist Katy Clune worked with teenagers in the youth program at Transplanting Traditions Community Farm and trained them to collect oral histories. Their final celebration takes shape as a listening (and eating) event October 12, 12 PM-3 PM at the farm.

Learn more and get tickets here.

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