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Since Americas inception, immigrants have shown their gratitude to this country through military service. We Are American Soldiers is a short documentary film capturing the stories of Chinese Americans who served this country during World War II, only to return home to face discrimination. We Are American Soldiers tells one mans story of immigratin…
 
Panel speakers will share personal stories about growing up with sewing mothers and grandmothers during the decades when practically every Chinese immigrant family in New York City included garment factory workers - the hard work and long hours, the social environment and friendships, union benefits and programs, and the strength, solidarity and ac…
 
When the Berlin Wall fell, Germany united in a wave of euphoria and solidarity. Also caught in the current were Vietnamese border crossers who had left their homeland after its reunification in 1975. Unwilling to live under socialism, one group resettled in West Berlin as refugees. In the name of socialist solidarity, a second group arrived in East…
 
In her CUNY FORUM essay, writer Vina Orden discusses quincentennial commemoration of the Magellan-Elcano circumnavigation across the Pacific to South America, through the Strait of Magellan, and across the Pacific to Guam and the Philippines. What exactly was being commemorated depended on who you asked. Here, Orden presents a critique of colonial …
 
Despite the fact that two thirds of U.S. Buddhists identify as Asian American, mainstream perceptions about what it means to be Buddhist in America often whitewash and invisibilize the diverse, inclusive, and intersectional communities that lie at the heart of American Buddhism. Be the Refuge is both critique and celebration, calling out the erasur…
 
Zhang Lian is a struggling potato farmer who turned to poetry to describe the harsh beauty of his environment and his daily struggle to eke out an existence. In 2000 he borrowed money from friends to print and hand-sell his first book of poems; by 2012 he had been chosen as one of the Ten Best Rural Poets by the Chinese Writers Association and publ…
 
Join Third World Newsreel and the Documentary Forum at CCNY for an online discussion of the PBS documentary, Plague at the Golden Gate, with producer/director, Li-Shin Yu, including the making of this film, its significance now, and her own path from editing to leading a film.Bởi Li-Shin Yu
 
"The Cosmos Explained" charts the life of our universe from the Big Bang to the present day and beyond. Starting with the Big Bangat exactly one ten-millionth of a trillionth of a trillionth of a trillionth of a secondthis book charts a history of space and time all the way through the evolution of our solar system, the birth of stars and the forma…
 
Please join APA VOICE, the Asian American / Asian Research Institute, and other partners for a candidate forum for the newly created New York Congressional District 10 representing neighborhoods including Chinatown, the Lower East Side, and Sunset Park. This forum is open to the general public, RSVP recommended. Mandarin, Cantonese, and ASL interpr…
 
Join the celebration! AAARIs annual fundraiser is attended by Asian and non-Asian academic, business, civic and community leaders, faculty, staff and students. At the gala, AAARI will be honoring distinguished CUNY alumni, leaders from the community, and student scholarship recipients. Proceeds from the gala go towards AAARIs academic publications …
 
In February 2021, the Asian American Bar Association of New York (AABANY) published their report, "A Rising Tide of Hate and Violence against Asian Americans in New York during COVID-19: Impact, Causes, Solutions" to address the rise in hate and violence directed toward the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community since the onset of the COV…
 
Our Laundry, Our Town (Fordham University Press/Empire State Editions, 2022) is a memoir that decodes and processes the fractured urban oracle bones of Alvin Engs growing up in Flushing, Queens, a neighborhood of that singular universe that was New York City in the 1970s. From behind the counter of his parents Chinese hand laundry and within the co…
 
Stewart Kwoh will introduce the Asian American Education Project, formed in 2021, and widely regarded as having the most comprehensive K-12 Asian American history curricula. Offering K-12 APIDA (Asian Pacific Islander Desi American) online learning resources, the Project facilitates professional development courses as well as free training workshop…
 
Tolerance and Risk examines the ways that discourses of liberal rights, including feminist and LGBTQ rights, are mobilized to racialize Muslims as uncivilized, even as they garner sympathy and identification with some Muslims.Bởi Mitra Rastegar
 
Portrayed in Western discourse as tribal and traditional, Afghans have in fact intensely debated womens rights, democracy, modernity, and Islam as part of their nation building in the post-9/11 era. In her new book, Television and the Afghan Culture Wars, Wazhmah Osman places television at the heart of these public and politically charged clashes w…
 
In the struggles for prison abolition, global anti-imperialism, immigrant rights, affordable housing, environmental justice, fair labor, and more, twenty-first-century Asian American activists are speaking out and standing up to systems of oppression. Creating emancipatory futures requires collective action and reciprocal relationships that are nur…
 
In Here to Stay, Geetika Rudra, a second-generation Indian immigrant and American history buff, takes readers on a journey across the country to unearth the little-known histories of earlier generations of South Asian Americans. She visits storied sites such as Oregons Hindoo Alley, home to many lumber workers at the turn of the century, and Angel …
 
In her engaging study, Passing for Perfect, erin Khu Ninh considers the factors that drove college imposters such as Azia Kimwho pretended to be a Stanford freshmanand Jennifer Panwho hired a hitman to kill her parents before they found out she had never received her high school diplomato extreme lengths to appear successful. Why would someone make…
 
American Survivors is a fresh and moving historical account of U.S. survivors of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings, breaking new ground not only in the study of World War II but also in the public understanding of nuclear weaponry. A truly trans-Pacific history, American Survivors challenges the dualistic distinction between Americans-as-v…
 
February 19th marks the Day of Remembrance commemorating the tragic internment of 110,000 Japanese Americans during World War II. Join Third World Newsreel and the Documentary Forum at CCNY for a screening of the documentary, Resistance at Tule Lake, on those who resisted the illegal imprisonment, and afterwards hear from the director, Japanese Ame…
 
Co-produced by Theodore S. Gonzalves and Mary Talusan Lacanlale, Kulintang Kultura, from Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, pays homage to the late Danongan Danny Kalanduyan, a talented musician and generous teacher who championed traditional Filipino kulintang gong music in the United States, helping to keep the memory and practice alive. Disc 1 fea…
 
In response, immigrant-led resistance movements against these environmental hazards are among the most dynamic in our global cities. Yet, we know little about them. In this vein, Prof. Nadia Kim in her new book, Refusing Death, chronicles how Asian and Latina immigrant women activists for environmental justice in Los Angelesnamely cleaner, more bre…
 
Join Third World Newsreel, Nodutdol for Korean Community Development, Korean Policy Institute, and The Documentary Forum at CCNY as they view two historical films about the U.S. in Korea The Women Outside: Korean Women and the US Military and Camp Arirang, and hear from a panel of scholars and activists. 2021 is the 71st anniversary of the Korean W…
 
Join Third World Newsreel and the Documentary Forum at CCNY for a screening of CHINATOWN FILES (2001, 57 min) and conversation with producer/director Amy Chen and filmmaker/multimedia artist and activist Betty Yu. This documentary brought to the public, for the first time, a story deemed classified by the U.S. government for over four decades. Duri…
 
From the 1950s through the 1970s, blue-collar Filipino Americans, or Pinoys, lived a hardscrabble existence. Immigrant parents endured blatant racism, sporadic violence, and poverty while their U.S.-born children faced more subtle forms of racism, such as the low expectations of teachers and counselors in the public school system. In this collectio…
 
Identity is often fraught for multiracial Douglas, people of both South Asian and African descent in the Caribbean. In this groundbreaking volume, Sue Ann Barratt and Aleah N. Ranjitsingh explore the particular meanings of a Dougla identity and examine Dougla maneuverability both at home and in the diaspora.…
 
Author Mary Talusan draws on hundreds of newspaper accounts and exclusive interviews with band members and their descendants to compose the story from the bands own voices. She sounds out the meanings of Americans responses to the band and identifies a desire to mitigate racial and cultural anxieties during an era of overseas expansion and increasi…
 
Join co-editor Kent Wong, and panelists Alex Hing, May Ying Chen, and Marian Thom to discuss Asian American Workers Rising, a new book that celebrates the first thirty years of the Asian Pacific Labor Alliance (APALA), AFL-CIO, the first national Asian and Pacific Islander (AAPI) worker organization within the U.S. labor movement. The voices in thi…
 
UnHomeless NYC (Kingsborough Art Museum, online and off-site Oct. 10, 2021 Apr 14, 2022/in-person exhibition Mar 3 Apr 14, 2022) is a group exhibition of artists utilizing participation, activism, and pedagogy as their media to consider and better understand New York Citys housing crisis, and to think about our future as the city emerges from the C…
 
Prof. Kenneth J. Yin will present on his new book, Dungan Folktales and Legends, a unique anthology that acquaints English-speaking readers with the rich and captivating folk stories of the Dungans, Chinese-speaking Muslims who fled Northwest China for Russian Central Asia after the failure of the Dungan Revolt (18621877) against the Qing dynasty. …
 
Based on the authors ethnographic research, Media, Nationalism and Globalization: The Telangana Movement and Indian Politics (Routledge, 2019) examines how marginalized groups engage with the media and their community to participate in political processes. Analyzing public meetings, folk performances, pamphlets and media reports of the Telangana mo…
 
Christine Choy has long demonstrated an abiding concern for the voices of the disenfranchised and a keen eye for the difficult intersections of individual and national histories, race, and class. Choys Academy-nominated Who Killed Vincent Chin? (1987, with Renee Tajima-Pena) brought the murder of Chinese-American Vincent Chin to national consciousn…
 
Co-organized with the Department of Visual Studies at Lingnan University (Hong Kong), the editors of Visual Representations of the Cold War and Postcolonial Struggles: Art in East and Southeast Asia, Midori Yamamura and Yu-Chieh Li, will lead a panel discussion with select contributors: Hiroshi Sunairi, Lesley Ma, Roger Nelson, and Kidlat Tahimik. …
 
Asian American small businesses made up 20 percent of New York Citys businesses before the pandemic and were the fastest-growing segment of small businesses in our city. However, they were devastated by the Covid crisis, with over half the owners reporting losses of 75 percent or more in revenue in 2020. Yet, very few of these Asian small businesse…
 
Since the inception of the Asian American Movement, Filipino Americans, South Asian Americans, and Southeast Asian Americans have consistently vocalized feelings of marginalization and exclusion within the pan-ethnic Asian American umbrella often associated with East Asians. In order for Asian Americans to further advance as a political voice in th…
 
Chinatown Heroes was published in Chinese in 2020 and recently translated into an English edition in 2021. This book describes a selection of community heroes, from the unique viewpoint of Wai Wah Chan, a Chinese community newspaper journalist. Chinatown Heroes tells the stories of Chinese American history, community campaigns for voter registratio…
 
This presentation, based on an article by Prof. Glenn Magapantay, studies local LGBTQ AAPI organizations over the past twenty years. It reveals the constituent elements that have allowed them to survive and thrive. While they continue to face internal challenges in building their organizations, the National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance (NQ…
 
The June New York City primary elections are just around the corner and there is a new way of voting this year! Learn about Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) with Rank the Vote NYC so that you will be confident in using the new voting system before heading to the polls. This voter education training will explain what Ranked Choice Voting is, why you shoul…
 
Poet Tanya Ko Hong will read from her latest book of poems, The War Still Within: Poems of the Korean Diaspora (Kyso Flash, 2019). Dedicated to all the women everywhere who have lost their names, this book celebrates the courage of women to speak their truth and acknowledges the suffering of those who never could. Part historical imagining of Japan…
 
During the 2020 summer of global uprisings in defense of Black life, widely circulated antiracist reading lists created heightened demand for books that promised to teach readers how to examine their internalized racism. Situated in U.S. racial liberalisms extensive literary genealogy, antiracist howto literature has historically swooped in during …
 
Skyler Chin will present on Illegal, a poetry-rap-rock musical based on his grandfathers immigration documents from when he was detained on Angel Island in 1923. The lyrics are inspired by poetry carved into the walls by Chinese Angel Island detainees. Chin wrote Illegal to give voice to Asian Americans like his grandfather whose stories had been l…
 
During the second part of our Town Hall, we will continue the conversation about the history of anti-Asian racism and violence, how the model minority myth is inextricably tied to anti-Asian racism, and discuss intersectionality and the wider range of issues faced by the Asian American Community that have been magnified during the pandemic. We will…
 
Prof. Catherine Ma will present on how the struggles and triumphs of Asian Americans can provide undergraduate students with a multicultural perspective to better understand structural racism, and offer examples for professors to engage their classes with difficult concepts related to racism and discrimination. Incorporating aspects of Asian Americ…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has fueled xenophobia and anti-Asian racism and violence. But Asian Americans have experienced racism long before the pandemic. At this event, we will talk about this important history, as well as more recent Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) experiences around COVID-19 related racism. We will address race-related stress …
 
The Coalition for Asian American Children and Families (CACF) is leading a collaborative with 39 Asian American community-based organizations to host an Asian American community mayoral candidates forum during Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.Bởi Coalition for Asian American Children and Families
 
The Coalition for Asian American Children and Families (CACF) is leading a collaborative with 39 Asian American community-based organizations to host an Asian American community mayoral candidates forum during Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.Bởi Coalition for Asian American Children and Families
 
Since the start of COVID-19, there has been a rise in hate incidents against Asians and Asian Americans on a national scale. Join our distinguished guests and experts for a discussion of the issues and how we can provide better allyship to local AAPI communities.Bởi Queens Public Library
 
Edited by Distinguished Professor Pyong Gap Min, Korean Comfort Women: Military Brothels, Brutality, and the Redress Movement (Rutgers University Press, March 2021) comprehensively examines both the comfort women issue (a very important historical issue) and contemporary redress movement for the victims of Japanese military sexual slavery. For this…
 
Asian Women in Corporate America aims at building an understanding of past and future careers of Asian women, and traces the history of Asian womens presence in American corporate workplaces while framing it in the broader context of organizations and relating it to experiences of women and Asians. The authors approach is interdisciplinary and comp…
 
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