HT94@WUSTL Community-Wide Virtual Remembrance and Reflection

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Join us for our culminating event of the Fall semester. We will be gathering together to honor those who have lost their lives in the hostile terrain of our border regions, as well as to reflect on our unique experiences with the toe tags. Whether you have filled out toe tags before the event, or have yet to do so, all are welcome to join.

We will be accompanied by local artist, Mee Jey, who will show and expand upon her art performance, My Baby, as it connects to the humanitarian crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Mee Jey, MFA

Mee Jey, MFA

Artist. Mother. Immigrant. Activist.

Mee Jey is an Indian artist-mother, whose sensibilities are shaped by the mythologies and folk lore of India, historical accounts of past, archaeological remains of ancient India and her travels to the length and breadth of Indian subcontinent.  She has MFA from Sam Fox School of Arts, Washington University in St. Louis (2019), Master’s degree in History from Jawaharlal Nehru University and MPhil in Liberal Arts from Ambedkar University in Delhi. Recipient of McDonnell International Scholarship (2017-19) and USA States Fellowship LFP (2017), Mee’s works have been exhibited in India and in St. Louis. Currently she is practicing from St. Louis, USA