Thomas identifies as Japanese-American, is a rapper named Gradient and hosts a podcast/YouTube series called Broken Class where he interviews artists, activists, community leaders. Thomas is an MSEd candidate and a volunteer with Community Center for the Performing Arts at WOW Hall concerts.
Mimi identifies as Filipino-American. She has lived in Eugene for the past 30 years and is part of the administrative staff of the City of Eugene’s Employee Resource Center. She is also a photographer/digital artist and the creator of Our Stories: Immigrants of America project. Mimi is also a member of the Philippine American Association of Eugene/Springfield & Vicinity.
Aimee identifies as Japanese American. She has lived in Springfield for 44 years and is a retired administrative staff at the University of Oregon. She is an active volunteer for the Asian American Foundation of Oregon, the Japanese American Association of Lane County, Hospice of Sacred Heart, Hearts for Hospice and the Eugene Springfield Community Emergency Response Team.
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Our printer is not working; we will update this announcement as soon as more information is available.
Our photocopier is available. Items printed from a USB flash drive can be printed from the photocopier. Black and white copies are $.15 per copy/ color copies are $.50 per copy. The machine takes coins and small bills.
We apologize for the inconvenience and are working on the solution.