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Asian American Community Conference 2018
The 2018 Asian American Community Conference is here! RSVP: http://bit.ly/AACC-RSVP (free for undergraduate students!) | What does it mean to be Asian American? | Do you want to learn more about the issues revolving our Asian American community and learn ways on...
A Night in Asia 2018
Come out to the annual A Night in Asia event hosted by ASU and VSA. It will be a fun and exciting night showcasing various cultures presented by many wonderful organizations on campus.
Discover a new take on Asian American cultures. See, hear, create, and connect. Together, celebrate the rich cultural fabric of Boston Chinatown through free music and dance performances, family-friendly workshops, and pop-up happenings at 3 locations: Pao Arts Center, 99...
A professor urged Amy Wong Mok to ask questions. Decades later, she’s still at it
Amy Wong Mok is the founder and chief executive officer of the Asian American Cultural Center in Austin, Texas. The story of Mok’s unpredictable life can be told in three steps: (1) her traditional Chinese upbringing; (2) her introduction to the American point of...
Identity, Race and Class in the Caribbean Diaspora
Identity, Race and Class in the Caribbean Diaspora: Join us on Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 5:30pm, as Dr. Lorick-Wilmot shares her observations about the identity experiences of middle class Black Caribbean Americans. Registration encouraged. Food will be served.
Asian American Center Community Dinner
Please join us for our annual Asian American Center Community Dinner, featuring keynote speaker, Carolyn Chou, Executive Director of the Asian American Resource Workshop. Our conversations for this dinner will focus on exploring what it means to be politicized within...
Pō Kiʻiʻoniʻoni: Moana in Centennial
Looking for a way to briefly forget that classes have started? Find yourself with nothing to do on a Thursday night? Join HONU and RSA in Centennial Commons to watch Moana and View From a Blue Moon. Share a blanket...
Neighborhood Matters: a Screening of Invisible Crisis and Conversation with Patricia Montes
Featuring Special Guest Patricia Montes, Executive Director, Centro Presente. Established in 1981, Centro Presente is a member-driven, statewide Latin American immigrant organization dedicated to the self-determination and self-sufficiency of the Latin American immigrant community of Massachusetts. Operated and led primarily by...
Queer Students of Color at NU
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month and OUTober, Queer Students of Color (QSOC) is collaborating with the Latinx Student Cultural Center in an event to discuss and celebrate the intersection of LGBTQ+ and Latinx identities. Please join us for food,...