Call for Applications: National Cambodian American Organization Internship

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Call for Applications: National Cambodian American Organization Internship The National Cambodian American Organization (NCAO) is offering 2 internship opportunities for their community projects.  Community Project Development: Under the direct supervision of a member of the Board of Directors, the NCAO Intern will assist with the development of community projects such as Our Elders Oral History…

Symposium in Honor of Michael Omi on the Occasion of His Retirement

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Michael Omi retired in June 2021 after 35 years as a beloved and inspirational faculty member at UC Berkeley. This symposium features his colleagues and former students discussing his work and its implications in the academy and community. Professor Omi is best known as the co-author of Racial Formation in the United States, a groundbreaking work that…

Ethnic Studies in the News | Anti-Asian Violence

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The murders in Atlanta bring together so many of the issues that we study in Ethnic Studies–a long history of Anti-Asian violence; the precarity of low-wage immigrant workers, including forms of sexual labor; and the inseparable ways that misogyny and racism work together. Read what our own Ethnic Studies scholars are saying: Cathy Ceniza Choy…