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July 31, 1992 | SHAUNA SNOW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"I wanted to discuss things that aren't usually discussed among the women of the Korean-American community," says Susette S. Min. "Things like sex, domestic violence and eating disorders." And discussing she is. Armed with a prestigious Rockefeller grant, Min, a relative newcomer to the art world, has organized an ambitious multimedia project bringing together 22 visual and video artists from throughout the United States as well as several dance and performance artists to do just that.
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September 12, 1993
The Korean Family Counseling and Legal Center and the California American Woman's Economic Development Corp. will offer a 10-week training course for Korean-American women interested in opening their own businesses. The course, which begins Sept. 25, will be taught in Korean, and all the materials used in the course are written in Korean. The cost of the course is $240. Partial scholarships and payment plans are available to low-income applicants.
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NEWS
September 12, 1993
The Korean Family Counseling and Legal Center and the California American Woman's Economic Development Corp. will offer a 10-week training course for Korean-American women interested in opening their own businesses. The course, which begins Sept. 25, will be taught in Korean, and all the materials used in the course are written in Korean. The cost of the course is $240. Partial scholarships and payment plans are available to low-income applicants.
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July 31, 1992 | SHAUNA SNOW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"I wanted to discuss things that aren't usually discussed among the women of the Korean-American community," says Susette S. Min. "Things like sex, domestic violence and eating disorders." And discussing she is. Armed with a prestigious Rockefeller grant, Min, a relative newcomer to the art world, has organized an ambitious multimedia project bringing together 22 visual and video artists from throughout the United States as well as several dance and performance artists to do just that.
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