Dorchester Organizing & Training Initiative: Info Session/Mixer RSVP Form
The Dorchester Organizing and Training Initiative (DOT-I) is a leadership development initiative for Vietnamese young adults to organize and mobilize the Vietnamese community in Dorchester to become more civically and politically engaged in issues affecting their everyday lives.

DOT-I is a program of the Asian American Resource Workshop (AARW), a member-based pan-Asian social justice organization working for the empowerment of the Asian Pacific Islander community by addressing current issues through programs around arts, education, and activism.

We are hosting an info session/mixer for Vietnamese young adults to come together to connect and build with each other. This info session/mixer aims to convene former DOT-I fellows, current DOT-I program members, and community members who are interested in getting connected to the program (either as a supporter/volunteer, future fellow, etc.). This event will be centering the experiences and narratives of folks from the Vietnamese community. We invite and appreciate folks who are non-Vietnamese identified who would like to participate in this event with us and learn about DOT-I.

The info session will take place from 2:00PM-5:00PM on Saturday, April 29th at Coco Leaf (1480 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester, MA 02122) - off the Fields Corner T stop on the Ashmont line. RSVP'ing will help us identify how much food we will need, as well as any dietary restrictions and/or access needs. Snacks and drinks will be provided through a special menu for the event! If folks would like items from the regular menu, you will be paying out of pocket for those items.

If you have any questions and/or concerns, or would like more information about this event, please feel free to contact the Asian American Resource Workshop's Organizing Director, Kevin Lam at kevin@aarw.org. To stay updated about the info session/mixer, please join our FB event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/120746741797236/.

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