Calling all Ohio State University Asian-Americans
Unshackled: Dancing in Protest to Modern Day Slavery
Featuring Activist/Justice Speaker Vikki Rubens & Christa Hayden
Tuesday, April 20th, 7:00PM at The New Ohio Union, Performance Hall
When the music starts, we step to the beat and revel in the freedom we have to move our bodies. Unlike the victims of human trafficking, we move our bodies for the love of the dance, a love of our people, and a love of the freedom we feel when we move. Join the Asian community at Ohio State in a cultural dance extravaganza as dance teams express protest of modern day slavery through dance, a celebration of freedom, culture, and life. Student teams will participate in a dance-off for a cash prize and the honor of performing in the Main Event of the Price of Life Invitational. In lieu of an entrance fee, a suggested donation will be taken on behalf of our partners on the front line of fighting human trafficking.
Vikki Rubens is on leadership staff with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship USA in Portland, OR. As a justice speaker and activist, Vikki is passionate for integrating the issue of Christian faith with social justice.
Christa Hayden is the Mid-Atlantic Regional Director of Church Mobilization for International Justice Mission. Before joining IJM headquarters in Washington, D.C., in 2009, Ms. Hayden served as the Director of Aftercare for IJM Cambodia from 2005 through 2008. Ms. Hayden holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from Case Western Reserve University and a B.A. in Political Science and African & African Diaspora Studies from Tulane University. Prior to her time in Cambodia, Christa served in refugee resettlement, youth psychiatric care, the U.S. Senate, and with Young Life’s Military Community Youth Ministries in Italy.
Tickets: suggested donation of $5