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November 28, 2022 12 -1 pm

Chace Center, Maine Street, Waterville

Chris Asch

Chris Myers Asch serves as CANMP’s Executive Director. A native of Washington, D.C., Chris teaches history part-time at Colby College and is the author most recently of Chocolate City: A History of Race and Democracy in the Nation’s Capital. He and his wife live in Hallowell and have three children.

See New Mainers Project

America’s Whitest State? Migration to Maine Yesterday and Today

This is a live event with no Zoom component. Lunch will be available from Jorgensen’s

Lunch choices:1/2 sandwich with soup: chicken curry salad; turkey, cheese lettuce and tomato; veggie wrap with cheese (vegan option, no cheese); comes with cookie and coffee. Indicate vegetarian soup. Lunch is $15 paid at the door

No registration is needed unless you order lunch: Email Margy at Margy

December 7th, Chace Center, Waterville

Program will run from 12-1 pm

Bowdoin Professor Paige Herrlinger

Yale University BA, Phd University of California Berkeley

Wartime Migration and Gender Disruption in Ukraine A Historical Perspective on the Contemporary Crisis

See Bowdoin College

This program will in person at the Chace Center with no Zoom component. lunch choices:1/2 sandwich with soup: chicken curry salad; turkey, cheese lettuce and tomato; veggie wrap with cheese (vegan option, no cheese); comes with cookie and coffee. Indicate vegetarian soup. Lunch is $15 paid at the door

To order lunch email Sylvia