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National (In)Security and Civil Rights

National (In)Security and Civil Rights

Join us on Thursday, October 4th 5:30-7:30 pm for a panel discussion about the parallels between Japanese American incarceration during WWII and today’s Muslim ban and deportation of Southeast Asians. Please refer to the flyer for further details.

A look back on Berkeley’s past with Asian American students (The Daily Californian)

A look back on Berkeley’s past with Asian American students (The Daily Californian)

Click here for the link to original article. Photo from The Daily Californian. BY HENRY TOLCHARD | STAFF OF THE DAILY CALIFORNIAN Taeko “Taye” Oda, a Japanese American woman, was in her last year at UC Berkeley when fellow students and staff in Doe Library talked about hearing the bombing of Pearl Harbor on the radio. She […]

The Redress and Reparations Movement: A Guest Lecture by Grace Shimizu and Marlene Tonai

The Redress and Reparations Movement: A Guest Lecture by Grace Shimizu and Marlene Tonai

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"Yokohama, California": A Retrospective on the Asian American Movement

“Yokohama, California”: A Retrospective on the Asian American Movement

Click the link below for event details: “Yokohama, California”: A Guest Lecture by Peter Horikoshi

AAADS Newsletter: Check out the latest! (March 2018)

AAADS Newsletter: Check out the latest! (March 2018)

Veritaas is the Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies Newsletter. Check out our latest edition of Veritaas in the link below: Veritaas, Volume 6, March 2018  

The Ito Sisters: An American Story  (Free Screening and Discussion)

The Ito Sisters: An American Story (Free Screening and Discussion)

Winner of a Grand Festival Award and an Audience Award at the 2017 Berkeley Video and Film Festival, THE ITO SISTERS captures the rarely told stories of the earliest Japanese immigrants to the United States and their American-born children. In particular, the film focuses on the experiences of Issei (or immigrant) and Nisei (or first […]

Hmong American Political and Civic Engagement Book Talk

Hmong American Political and Civic Engagement Book Talk

   Voting Together: How Hmong Americans Break Political Ground A book talk by Dr. Carolyn Wong Tuesday, November 14, 2017 12:30pm- 2pm Barbara Christian Conference Room, 554 Barrows Sponsored by Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies The Hmong American immigrants first came to the United States as refugees of the Vietnam War. Forty years on, […]

ADVANCING OUR LEGACY: 2017 ANNUAL FUNDRAISING RECEPTION

ADVANCING OUR LEGACY: 2017 ANNUAL FUNDRAISING RECEPTION

ADVANCING OUR LEGACY: 2017 ANNUAL FUNDRAISING RECEPTION Friday, October 27, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM Alumni House University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, CA 94720   Please join the Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies Program for its 4th Annual Fundraising Reception to advance the legacy of AAADS. Keynote Speaker Jeff Adachi Public Defender, […]

Rediscovering the Legacy of Cantonese Opera in the U.S.

Rediscovering the Legacy of Cantonese Opera in the U.S.

Racial Profiling of Chinese American Scientists and Engineers

Racial Profiling of Chinese American Scientists and Engineers