Most Americans have never met a refugee, much less had a personal connection with one. However, many veterans' lives are intertwined with those of refugees in profound and deeply personal ways. #WhatIFoughtFor documents the profound connections of veterans and refugees.
These are their stories.

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Exhibit Schedule

October 3rd-23rd, 2020

Great River Regional Library, Little Falls 

*October 26th-November 22nd, 2020

*Art in Motion, Holdingford

December 1st, 2020-May 29th, 2021

Stearns History Museum, St. Cloud

June 7th-June 28th, 2021

Salem Lutheran Church

July 1st-July 17th, 2021

The Whit Gallery, St. Cloud

July 28th-Sept 30th, 2021

Paramount Center For The Arts, St. Cloud

*Due to a COVID outbreak, Art in Motion had to close for the season on Monday, November 2nd.

Exhibit Coordinator

Heidi Jeub

Central MN Multidisciplinary Artist
Email: heidi@heidijeub.com
Phone: (320) 828-1437

Exhibit Artist

Tanika Roy

Veterans For American Ideals
Tanika is a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, artist, and photographer. Her work focuses on humanitarian and environmental issues. She is currently based in the Los Angeles Area.

This exhibit made possible by...

This work is funded in part with money from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund that was created with the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.

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