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Summer Courses 2015 – Open for Registration

AAADS Program is offering two additional classes that are still open in registration. 1. AAADS 141: Law in the Asian American Community with Professor Tom Fleming (4 units) – 141 is offered Tuesday-Thursday from 5-9 pm. The session runs from 5/26 to 7/2. – Course will examine the nature, structure, and operation of selected legal […]

#BlackLivesMatter: Civil Rights and Social Justice in the 21st Century

The Graduate Communication Society hosts this graduate student conference surrounding themes related to social justice issues in a 21st Century context. Featuring keynote speaker Dr. Adreana Clay, Associate Professor at San Francisco State University, student panel discussions, hosted reception, and more. Check back for more info at the conference web site [web site: http://commgscon.blogspot.com/] and RSVP on Facebook [Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1382626302065507/] […]

Asian Pacific American Student Development Hiring for 2015-2016 Student Interns

Do you want to get PAID to create change, serve your communities, develop your leadership, make friends, and have fun? ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN STUDENT DEVELOPMENT is NOW HIRING FOR 2015-2016 STUDENT INTERNS Community Advocates (multiple openings) Community Program Interns (multiple openings) Policy Analyst Intern APASD Peer Leadership Consultant (in partnership with the LEAD Center) Operations […]

“Off the Menu Asian America”: CAAMFest 2015

Please join us for a showing of a film about Asian Americans and food at CAAMFest on March 15, 2015, at 2:20 p.m. Q&A with Director Grace Lee will follow the screening.

Summer internships with the White House Initiative on AAPI’s in Washington, D.C., and Seattle

The White House Initiative on AAPI’s is accepting applications for summer internships in Washington, D.C. and at its west coast office in Seattle, Washington. This is a great opportunity for UCB students to get involved with an important initiative with great opportunities learn about the policy making process in federal government and develop leadership skills. […]

“Comfort Women Wanted”: Film Screening and Q&A

Please join us for a film screening of the documentary “Comfort Women Wanted” and Q&A with the filmmaker, Chang-Jin Lee, on Thursday, March 5, at 4 pm in 180 Doe Library. The documentary is based on Lee’s interviews in 7 countries with Korean, Chinese, Taiwanese, Indonesian, Dutch, and Filipina comfort women survivors, as well as […]

Call for Submissions for an Asian American Women Artists Association Exhibition

The Asian American Women Artists Association is currently accepting submission for an exhibition in San Francisco. http://aawaa.net/programs/exhibitions/hungry-ghosts/ The theme of the exhibition is “Hungry Ghosts.” The concept of “Hungry Ghosts” is common throughout many Asian cultures and religions. It typically refers to the lost spirit of a deceitful, jealous or greedy person or someone who died in […]

Racial Formation in the United States – Omi and Winant 2/2/15

On Monday, February 2, 2015, Professor Michael Omi and Professor Howard Winant visited UC Berkeley campus to talk about the newest edition of their book, Racial Formation in the United States (3 ed. 2014). Here are the links to their talk. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yawU5yhHGug https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=juApiqtWPg0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4rVEPihQsU   From the publisher: Twenty years since the publication of the […]

Leadership in Action: A paid summer internship opportunity for students interested in working for the API community in Southern California

The Development Associate at Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics, Inc. (LEAP), a national nonprofit organization in Los Angeles, CA, has a paid summer internship opportunity in Los Angeles for students at UC Berkeley. Leadership in Action (LIA) is an eight-week paid summer internship program designed to develop emerging young leaders by providing college students with […]

UCLA Urban Planning Diversity Recruitment Event (Dec. 6)

The Department of Urban Planning in the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs trains practitioners for leadership roles in the planning profession. Its students work to build prosperous, sustainable and equitable communities through linking knowledge and action in one or more areas of specialization—community economic development and housing, design and development, environmental analysis and policy, regional […]