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March 12 | Spoken Word performance by Beau Sia, Kelly Tsai, and Bao Phi!

March 12 | Spoken Word performance by Beau Sia, Kelly Tsai, and Bao Phi!

On Saturday evening, March 12, Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies will sponsor a spoken word performance at the Multicultural Student Center as a culminating event for the API Issues Conference, featuring Beau Sia, Kelly Tsai, and Bao Phi.

March 28 | Colloquium on Transnational Asian American Studies

March 28 | Colloquium on Transnational Asian American Studies

On Monday, March 28, Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies is hosting a colloquium titled Transnational Asian American Studies from 12 to 2 p.m. in the Barbara Christian Conference Room, 554 Barrows Hall. Panelists include Professors Lisa Lowe (UC San Diego Literature), Yen Le Espiritu (UC San Diego Ethnic Studies), Jodi S. Kim (UC Riverside […]

What Really Happened to Diversity?

What Really Happened to Diversity? When Talking About Berkeley’s Ethnic Makeup, Chancellor Birgeneau’s Remarks Hurt More Than They Help In response to Chancellor Robert Birgeneau’s recent statements concerning diversity, equity and inclusion at UC Berkeley in Diversity Officer Magazine, we are compelled to inquire: Why are Asians and Asian Pacific Americans (APA) conspicuously absent from […]

AZ Bans Ethnic Studies

AZ Bans Ethnic Studies

As reported in the The Huffington Post and other media outlets, as of the new year, Ethnic Studies courses, activities, and education is banned in the state of Arizona by means of HB 2281. Author and activist Randall Amster writes “With HB 2281, the intention is not so much to expel or harass as it […]