Part of Unity Week 2018
Workshop presented by Vanessa Na
Asian Americans in the United States have had a longstanding history of organizing for social change and equity on their campuses, in their communities, and throughout the nation. Racialized and politically constructed as “forever foreigners” and model minorities, Asian Americans often experience racism in the forms of invisibility and erasure. This session will explore the unique challenges that Asian American students face and how they engaged in resistance by forming coalitions.
Location: Building 7