American Boricua is ‘Under My Skin’ at The Wing Luke Museum

This audio excerpt is from a recent American Boricua interview in Seattle, Washington.

Ray Cabatit describes his father Ramundo’s migration from San Marcelino, the Philippines,

through San Francisco, California, to the Yakima Valley of Washington. When Josefina Cabatit

landed in the mainland U.S. from Gurabo, Puerto Rico after WWII, her love of Washington

State was instant. Ray and Josefina are featured in ‘Under My Skin’, a new exhibition at The

Wing Luke Museum in Seattle’s International District. ©Wanda Benvenutti

 

To learn more about American Boricua Ray Cabatit, and the history the Philippines and Puerto

Rico share, go to The Under My Skin blog: http://beyondtalk2.wordpress.com/2013/05/09/future-is-now/

 

American Boricua at The Wing Luke Museum • EXHIBIT OPENING RECEPTION: Under My Skin | Thursday, May 9 @ 6-8pm Join us as we celebrate the opening of this exhibition. 6-7pm Special preview for Museum Members and invited guests. Light refreshments will be served. To RSVP, please contact mmartinez@wingluke.org or 206.623.5124 ext 107. 7-8pm Open to the public, free admission, No RSVP required.

American Boricua at The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
719 South King Street Seattle, Washington 98104 206.623.5124
• EXHIBIT OPENING RECEPTION: Under My Skin | Thursday, May 9 @ 6-8pm
Join us as we celebrate the opening of this exhibition.
6-7pm Special preview for Museum Members and invited guests.
7-8pm Open to the public, free admission, No RSVP required.

 

 

 

 

 

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