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Cambodian-American author urges audience to resist erasure through storytelling

Putsata Reang discusses immigration, family, queerness in memoir, book talk

Cambodian-American author Putsata Reang discusses her new memoir, "Ma and Me," at the Whatcom County Arts Festival on Friday, March 15 at the Bellingham Ferry Terminal. (Jack Warren/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ava Ronning News Intern
In her courageous debut memoir, “Ma and Me,” Putsata Reang tells her story of immigrating from C

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