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“Champions of Change, too” honors My Asian Americana video win

March 28, 2012

White House officials have refused to acknowledge “My Asian Americana” as the official contest winners despite the video winning the highest public vote.

On Monday April 2, 2012 the Phnom Penh arts community in collaboration with Khmer Exiled Americans will host “Champions of Change, too” award ceremony at Java Café & Gallery. The event honors “My Asian Americana” a video created by Studio Revolt as the 2012 Winner of the Public Vote for the White House “What’s Your Story” Video Challenge Contest.

The event is a dinner and award ceremony with guests that include contest winners, local artists, dignitaries, and concerned citizens. H.R.H. Soma Norodom will preside over the ceremony, presenting awards to the recipients.

During the event, the filmmakers of Studio Revolt will disclose details regarding the White House’s mishandling of the contest and the administration’s attempt to silence the issue of deportations.

“Champions of Change, too”
Monday April 2, 2012
6pm- 9pm
Java Café & Gallery
56 Sihanouk Blvd
Phnom Penh, Cambodia

(Dress code: formal)

RSVP to info[at]studio-revolt[dot]com