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Putsata Reang in conversation with Kiantha Duncan

Jul 27, 2022 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Montvale Event Center, Spokane, WA
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$7.00

Where: Montvale Event Center - 1019 W First Ave Spokane 99201

Tickets: The cost is $7. Seating will be limited and is on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. 

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More info: Northwest Passages strives to keep General Admission ticket prices low so that anyone who wants to attend can join the conversation. Ticket fees are used to defray the costs of hosting community forums. 

Social: Like the Northwest Passages Book Club's Facebook page and keep up with upcoming events. On Twitter: Use the #SRBooks or #NotYourTraditionalBookClub hashtag. 

Please note: Ticket sales are final and we do not offer refunds.



$45.00

Where: Montvale Event Center - 1019 W First Ave Spokane 99201

Tickets: VIP Ticket package includes autographed copy of the book and reserved premium seating.

Don't forget: Please print out a copy of your ticket or have it available to display on your smartphone.

More info: Northwest Passages strives to keep General Admission ticket prices low so that anyone who wants to attend can join the conversation. Ticket fees are used to defray the costs of hosting community forums. 

Social: Like the Northwest Passages Book Club's Facebook page and keep up with  upcoming events. On Twitter: Use the #SRBooks or #NotYourTraditionalBookClub hashtag. 

Please note: Ticket sales are final and we do not offer refunds. We will be in compliance with any state mandated COVID19 protocols in force at the time of the event. 


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Jul 27, 2022 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM PDT
Montvale Event Center
1019 W. First Ave
Spokane, WA 99201
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Putsata Reang emigrated from Cambodia as an infant in her mother’s arms. Her mother fought off the boat captain's efforts to toss her child overboard, and that connection began their intricate relationship.  

Reang was raised in rural Oregon and spent time writing for The Spokesman-Review before 
the New York Times, Politico and The Seattle Times and the San Jose Mercury News. Her memoir, “Ma and Me” explores the legacy of trauma and cultural identity, and how Reang navigated her complicated upbringing.  NAACP President and Spokesman-Review columnist Kiantha Duncan will discuss the book and the associated issues with feeling “other.” 

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Tickets: 

$7 - General Admission           

Doors open at 6:15 p.m.

Don't forget: Please print out a copy of your ticket or have it available to display on your smartphone. 

More info: Northwest Passages strives to keep General Admission ticket prices low so that anyone who wants to attend can join the conversation. Ticket fees are used to defray the costs of hosting community forums. 

Social: Please "Like" and FOLLOW the Northwest Passages Book Club's Facebook page to keep up with upcoming events. 

Please note: Ticket sales are final and we do not offer refunds. 

Northwest Passages Book Club will comply with any state mandated COVID protocols in force at the time of our event. Masks will be available but not mandatory.