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Pacific Voices: Keeping Our Cultures Alive

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The groundbreaking "Pacific Voices" exhibit grew out of a five-year collaborative process that brought together members of Washington State's diverse Asian, Pacific Islander, and Native American communities. The exhibition became a vehicle for the expression of a variety of voices exploring sources of cultural identity: objects, rituals, ceremonies, and traditions that ...more
Published November 14th 2005 by University of Washington Press
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Erin Sterling
The Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture at the University of Washington put out this interesting book, which discusses about 20 different objects in the collection through the voice of a person who chose that object as significant to their culture. Really makes an object come alive. Great for teachers to use.
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