The Association for Asian American Studies is proud to announce Elaine H. Kim has been chosen as the recipient of this year’s 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award. AAAS created the Lifetime Achievement Award to honor an individual who has made an outstanding and lifelong contribution to the advancement of the field of Asian American Studies.
21st Annual Asian Pacific Islander Issues Conference Pauley Ballroom, MLK Student Union l UC Berkeley March 12, 2011, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00p.m Register now at www.apiicon.webs.com Featuring… Inspirational speakers >>> Jean Quan and Jane Kim! Two sessions of unique workshops! Free breakfast, lunch, and noontime entertainment >>> Kiwi, Eddie Zheng, Matt Blesse and Yer Yang! The […]
Slaying the Dragon: Reloaded, a 30-minute documentary about representations of Asian women in the media today, sponsored by Asian Women United of California and directed by Elaine H. Kim, will be screened at the 29th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival preceding the feature film, Anna May Wong: In Her Own Words, directed by Yunah […]
Celebrate the first Fred Korematsu Day on January 30, 2011 at UC Berkeley’s Wheeler Auditorium! Fred Korematsu was a national civil rights icon from Oakland, CA who bravely resisted the Japanese American incarceration during World War II. Fred Korematsu Day, now an official day of special recognition in California, is the first day in US […]
The Program’s new name represents a programmatic and curricular response to the intellectual needs of today’s UC Berkeley students.
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 […]