Marpheen Chann is a Cambodian, Asian-American, gay man living in Portland, Maine. He was born in California to an immigrant mother and later moved to Maine, then adopted by a white, Evangelical family. He spent his childhood in the church and would later attend Valley Forge Christian College. Then later transferring to USM to earn a Bachelor’s in Political Science and later attended Maine Law. Chann participates in advocacy work with organizations, such as the Equality Community Center and is the president of Khmer Maine. He currently works for the Good Shepard Food Bank as their Community Impact Manager.
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Adoption, religion, sexuality, advocacy, race/ethnicity, Valley Forge Christian College, University of Southern Maine, California. Naples, Maine. SoulForce
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Garland, Kendall and Horner, Meghan, "Chann, Marpheen" (2022). Querying the Past: LGBTQ Maine Oral History Project Collection. 83.
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