5/25 @ 10:30am Storytime: Traci Huahn

5/25 @ 10:30am Storytime: Traci Huahn

Join On Waverly and author Traci Huahn for a read-aloud of Traci's debut book, Mamie Tape Fights to Go to School! Children, adults, and learners of all ages will love learning about young Mamie's role in fighting for educational rights.

When: Saturday 5/25 @ 10:30am
Where: On Waverly, 162 Waverly Place, San Francisco, CA
This event is FREE but space is limited.
RSVP HERE to secure your spot!
 
Traci Huahn, like Mamie Tape, is the daughter of Chinese immigrants and was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. A former attorney, she was inspired to write about Mamie while researching Asian American civil rights cases. Traci used Chinese philosopher Laozi’s proverb–a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step–to frame Mamie’s story. It sums up the long journey of Mamie’s fight to go to school and that of countless others who have fought for equality. She hopes that Mamie’s story will inspire readers to become changemakers, even if it starts by taking just one small step.
Connect with Traci at www.tracihuahn.com and on Instagram and Twitter/X @tracihuahn.
Purchase online here: Mamie Tape Fights to Go to School. A signed copy will be shipped after May 25.
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