In recent years the Asian American Activities Center has partnered with many departments across campus to bring programs and events to the entire Stanford community. With the growing intersections of identities and interests, these special events have been able to reach a broader audience to share new knowledge, provide new perspectives, and broaden the thoughts of our students.
Professor Xi was unjustly charged by the US Department of Justice and targeted and surveilled in the name of national security. He continues to call for justice and accountability in response to his and other cases of wrongful prosecution and racial profiling. Prfoessor Xi's case in one piece of a larger pattern of national security scapegoating that has harmed Asian Americans for more thank 150 years.
Come hear from Professor Xi and a panelist of speakers.
Sponsored by the Asian American Activities Center (A³C),Institute for Diversity in the Arts, Stanford Asian American Activism Committee, the Asian American Studies Program, Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity, Center for East Asian Studies, Asian American Students Association, Asian American Graduate Student Association, Graduate Student Council, Stanford Undergraduate Chinese American Association, Asian Pacific Islander Law Students Association, Tresidder Memorial Union, Monica Yeung Arima, Emory Lee, Dr. Gordon Chang, Dr. Anthony Antonio, and Dr. David Palumbo-Liu.
In collaboration with the University of California, Berkeley and San Francisco State University.
Join the cast and crew of the hit ABC television series Fresh Off the Boat for an evening of discussion on issues of representation in arts and entertainment, featuring Fresh Off the Boat actress Constance Wu (Jessica Huang), actor Hudson Yang (Eddie Huang), writer Ali Wong and Executive Producer Melvin Mar.
In a panel format involving student participation, issues of race and representation in entertainment and the media, portrayal of the Asian experience in America, stereotypes and the significance of the show will be discussed. Audience members will have the opportunity to engage in conversation with the panelists and each other about these and other complex issues.
In collaboration with the Asian American Theater Project, the Office of Community Engagement and Diversity, East House, OpenXChange, Residential Education, the ASSU Speakers Bureau and Stanford Arts
Celebrate the spriit of activism that contributed to making Stanford a more inclusive and diverse institution. Come and hear student performances and alumni reflections.
In collaboration with Stanford Alumni Association, Student Affairs, Stanford Associates, The Undergraduate Program in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity, Educational Resources.