On Monday, June 1, 2020, Mayor Bowser ordered the first DC curfew sometime around 3 pm, to be in effect at 7 pm. Many Washingtonians like myself... Read more →
Pacyinz Lyfoung is a French-born, Minnesota-grown, Hmong American woman writer and professional. Her professional career has spanned a broad range of approaches to social justice, from serving as a legal aid attorney to global public interest intellectual property pro bono legal services. She has published poetry in several outlets, such as Paj Naub Voice, the Asian American Renaissance Journal, the Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, and more recently, the Stonecoast Review, Split This Rock’s* The Quarry: An Online Database of Social Justice Poetry*, and Another Chicago Magazine. She currently resides in Washington-DC, where she works as an independent consultant specializing in new strategies for IP, technology for good, and social justice.
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