Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month
"It not only gave me a strong sense of community and support, but also provided me with lasting friendships, valuable mentor relationships, and the opportunity to develop my leadership skills."
API Heritage Month is celebrated in May to commemorate the achievements and contributions of people of Asian and Pacific Islander descent in the United States. In 1978, Congress passed a joint Congressional Resolution to celebrate Asian American Heritage Week during the first 10 days of May. This date was chosen because two important anniversaries fall during this time: the arrival of the first Japanese immigrants in the United States on May 7, 1843, and the completion of the transcontinental railroad by many Chinese laborers on May 10, 1869.
In 1990, President George H. W. Bush and Congress voted to expand the celebration, and since 1992, May has been designated as API Heritage Month.
Each year, API Heritage Month is celebrated with community festivals, government sponsored activities, and educational activities for students. Come celebrate our 2022 API Heritage Month and API Health Awareness Month events:
In collaboration with Okada House, the Asian American Students' Association (AASA), and the Asian American Studies Program, it’s imperative that we center collectivity and global liberation through our theme "Past, Present, and Future: Resisting Violence and Building Towards Liberation".
The events of these past few years – over 6 million dead from COVID-19, increased hate crimes, legislative attacks on our LGBTQ+ community members, and endless war – are emblematic of the historic and persistent violence of colonialism, and reaffirm the need for resistance. Our theme is informed by a legacy of Asian American activism that situates our struggle against violence within a broader, multiracial, and transnational movement against white supremacy.
This heritage month, we also recognize Pacific Islanders as a pan-ethnic group distinct from Asian Americans who have very different histories and ongoing struggles for sovereignty that gets erased when categorized with Asians. Native Hawaiian activists helped lead the fight to disaggregate the data on Asian and Pacific Islander to reveal the significant implications for the lived experiences of members of these different communities. We honor our Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander siblings in their efforts to assert their own indigeneity and work in solidarity with communities that share struggles of decolonization and encourage our community to consider the implications and impact of the term “Asian Pacific Islander (API)” in our language and action. As student activists regain momentum after over a year of remote learning, we want to emphasize the need for thoughtful coalition building: an uneasy process that requires us to consider our own roles and complicity in intra-Asian racism, white supremacy, settler-colonialism, and anti-Blackness; while grounding ourselves in radical optimism and love for our communities.
Please see event information below on how to engage in and register for each event online.
Wednesday, April 20 - 5:30 p.m – 6:30 p.m PST on Zoom. Hosted by Stanford Asian Pacific American Alumni Club.
25 Years Later – Our First Graduating Class of Asian American Studies Majors
Meet speakers from the first graduating class of Asian American Studies majors. Register Here.
Thursday, April 21 - 4:00 p.m – 5:00 p.m. PST at Women’s Community Center - Back Patio. Hosted by Counseling & Psychological Services, Weiland Health Initiative, Asian American Activities Center, and the Women’s Community Center.
AAPI Women's Healing Space: Grounding in Community and Creativity
Rock painting and dialogue, Boba and Banh Mi - All AAPI Women / Femme Students are Welcome! Register Here.
Thursday, April 21 - 10 a.m. PST at Clark Auditorium. Hosted by SURPAS and BioAIMS.
3rd Annual Diverse Perspectives Seminar Series
Join us in person to celebrate diversity and excellence in research as we bring together scholars from all career stages to discuss efforts to promote equity and inclusion within academia. Register Here.
Friday, April 22 - 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. PST at White Plaza. Hosted by Stanford Pre-Med APAMSA.
Be the Match Bone Marrow Donor Drive
Stop by to learn how YOU could potentially save a life! Free and open to the public!
Saturday and Sunday, April 23 and 24 - 10:00 a.m – 6:00 p.m. PST at Wilbur Field. Hosted by ASHA Stanford.
The event includes Indian music and food, along with free photo booth. The main attraction is the “Holi” event where participants douse each other with colors. These colors are food-based and wash off easily (non-toxic). Register Here.
Tuesday, April 26 - 7:00 p.m – 8:30 p.m. PST at Okada Theme Dorm. Hosted by Stanford Asian Pacific American Alumni Club (SAPAAC).
Beyond the Stanford Bubble(s)
Take a break with alumni and boba!! Register Here.
Wednesday, April 27 - 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. PST on Zoom. Hosted by Center for South Asia.
Education Policy and Nation-Building: Evidence from a Mass Schooling Program in Nepal
Study on the political consequences of a mass-schooling program implemented during Nepal's first period of democratization in the 1950s. Join the zoom Here .
Wednesday, April 27 - 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. PST at the Asian American Activities Center. Hosted by the Asian American Activities Center.
Microaggressions and the Asian American Experience
Come learn about microaggressions and how to take care of yourself and your community. Register Here.
Thursday, April 28 - 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. PST on Zoom. Hosted by L. MSP Burns & UCLA.
AIDS Education and Prevention Organizing in Queer, Filipinx American, and BIPOC Immigrant Communities.
Long-time activist organizers Gil Mangaoang, Jaime Geaga, Irene Soriano, and Tala Mateo speak about their work on AIDS education and prevention, highlighting lessons from and the continuing work of organizing in pandemic times. Register Here.
Thursday, April 28 - 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. PST at A3C Couchroom. Hosted by the Asian American Activities Center.
School After Stanford: Navigating Graduate and Professional Schools
Come learn about post-grad experiences and get an idea of which path might be right for you.
Friday, April 29 - 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. PST at Okada Lounge. Hosted by Stanford Vietnamese Student Association.
Black April Community Discussion
A community discussion about the historical context and current implications of Black April for the Vietnamese diaspora. Register Here.
Saturday, April 30 - 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. PST at Memorial Church. Hosted by South Asian Society.
JOIN US at MemChu this Saturday April 30th 5 - 7 PM for performances from groups!
Saturday, April 30 - 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. PST at Dinkelspiel Auditorium. Hosted by Stanford Vietnamese Student Association.
A night celebrating Vietnamese culture through acting, dancing, and more! Register Here.
Saturday, April 30 - 11:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. PST at White Plaza. Hosted by Japanese Student Union
Golden Week Festival
Enjoy games, live performances, origami, calligraphy, and more! Free and open to the public!
Sunday, May 1 - 3 p.m. PST on Zoom. Hosted by Pilipino Workers Center, Damayan.
A panel on the 2022 Philippine Elections, focusing on the concerns of Filipinx overseas and the suppression of the history of dictatorship
This panel engages with critical issues surrounding the upcoming presidential elections in the Philippines. Register Here.
Sunday, May 1 - 10:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. PST on Zoom. Hosted by Asian Mental Health Collective (AMHC).
TransformAsian 2022: Breaking the Cycle
2nd annual virtual TransformAsian conference focused on sharing more personal stories and professional experiences focused on Asian mental health. Register Here.
Monday, May 2 - 7:00 p.m. PST at Redwood 20 Cinemark Theater. Hosted by The Foundation for Global Sports Development and Sidewinder Films.
Waterman - A Documentary Film
Documentary film about Duke Kahanamoku - Surfing legend, Olympic star, Hollywood icon, and a man of peace! Q&A with director and native Hawaiian, Issac Halasima, immediately following the screening. More Info Here.
Friday, April 22 to Sunday, May 8 - at the Lucie Stern Theater. Hosted by Palo Alto Players.
George Takei Presents: Allegiance
Come watch a musical on the Japanese American Internment of WWII inspired by the personal experience of actor/activist George Takei. Register Here.
Wednesday, May 4 - 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. PST at Herbst Theatre. Hosted by Filipino American Arts Exposition.
APA Heritage Month Celebration: Forging Community Bonds
Celebration in San Francisco to showcase the diversity, unity and solidarity of Asian and Pacific Islander communities in the Bay Area. Register Here.
Wednesday, May 4 - 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. PST in the Okada Lounge. Hosted by the Okada Theme Dorm.
Okada Preassign Presentation: Rhetoric of the Melting Pot
Students B. Lum and M. Kaomea will be discussing settler colonialism, assimilation, and the analogy of the melting pot. This presentation will look specifically at the history and presence of Asian settler colonialism in Hawaiʻi, then reflect on the use of pan-ethnic labeling at Stanford.
Thursday, May 5 - 5:00 p.m. PST. Hosted by Team HBV.
Paper Fan & Origami Craft Night
Thursday, May 5 - 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. PST at Asian American Activities Center. Hosted by Counseling & Psychological Services, Weiland Health Initiative, Asian American Activities Center, and the Women’s Community Center.
AAPI Women's Healing Space: Reclaiming Our Stories
Reflective writing and dialogue. All AAPI Women / Femme Students are Welcome! Register here.
Friday, May 6 - 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. PST at Braun Music Center, Room 103. Hosted by Asian American Studies, The Department of Music, and the Asian American Activities Center.
Asian American Performing Arts Activism: The Taiko Soundtrack
Come listen to Taiko masters Kenny and Chizuko Endo, pioneers in an Asian American performance art form about their experience. Register here.
Saturday, May 7 - 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. PST at San Francisco Union Square. Hosted by Taiwanese American Professionals - San Francisco.
Taiwanese American Cultural Festival
Join us for the west coast's largest Taiwanese American cultural celebration with musical performances, literary showcases, cultural experiences, and culinary highlights. Free and open to the public.
Saturday, May 7 - 1 p.m. PST Online. Hosted by The Magazines & Newspapers Center at the San Francisco Public Library.
Anti-Asian Hate in the Time of COVID
Author and Professor Russell Jeung, co-founder of Stop AAPI Hate, discusses the shifting media landscape amidst anti-Asian hate incidents during the COVID-19 pandemic. Register Here.
Saturday, May 7 - 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. PST at Bing Concert Hall. Hosted by the Department of Music.
Stanford Taiko Spring Concert: Harmonic Convergence with Kenny Endo
Harmonic Convergence is a collaborative concert with taiko master Kenny Endo celebrating both Stanford Taiko's 30th anniversary and Kenny Endo's 45th anniversary in taiko! Register Here.
Saturday, May 7 - Time: TBA at Chinatown. Hosted by UCAA.
Asian Art Museum + Chinatown Lunch
Sunday, May 8 - 7:30 p.m. - 9 p.m. at 675 Lomita in the Private Lounge. Hosted by Stanford alpha Kappa Delta Phi Sorority, Inc.
Leitis in Waiting
A documentary following the lives of Joey Mataele and the Tonga leitis, an intrepid group of native transgender women fighting a rising tide of religious fundamentalism and intolerance in their South Pacific Kingdom. The screening will be preceded by a short presentation and followed by a brief discussion. Register here.
Thursday, May 12 - 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. PST at Kingscote Garden Fountain Area. Hosted by Asian Staff Forum (ASF) and Filipino American Community at Stanford (FACS) Staff Groups.
Have You Eaten? API Staff Heritage Month Luncheon
Staff Community Luncheon Register Here.
Thursday, May 12 - 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. PST at Kingscote Garden Fountain Area. Hosted by the Center for South Asia and the Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies.
Cast(e) Away: Conversion and Recognition in Pasmanda Muslim Politics (1947-2009)
This lecture calls for destabilizing categories of caste and religion and the various sites through which they converge and diverge in the politics of recognition and mobility, underscoring the relevance of racialization studies in understanding mechanisms that produce the polemical and homogenous figure of the Muslim in regional and national politics. Register Here.
Thursday, May 12 - 1:00 p.m.PST Online. Hosted by the Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture at the University of Chicago.
#WeToo: A Panel - Conversation on sexual violence in Asian America
Join a conversation on sexual violence in Asian America. Moderated by Thaomi Michelle Dinh (University of Chicago), this virtual panel will feature erin Khuê Ninh (University of California, Santa Barbara), Seo-Young Chu (Queens College, CUNY), and Christine Kitano (Ithaca College). . Register Here.
Thursday, May 12 - 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. PST at Asian American Activities Center. Hosted by Counseling & Psychological Services, Weiland Health Initiative, Asian American Activities Center, and the Women’s Community Center.
AAPI Women's Healing Space: DeColonizing the Mirror
Seeing and Defining Ourselves. Community Dialogue and Dinner. All AAPI Women / Femme Students are Welcome! Register Here.
Thursday, May 12 - 8:00 p.m., Friday, May 13 - 7:00 p.m., Saturday, May 14 - 1:00 p.m., 8:30 p.m. PST at Nitery Experimental Theater. Hosted by the Asian American Theater Project.
Mary Magdalene, Daughter, Boatperson
A play focusing on the Vietnamese American experience and grief. Register Here.
Friday, May 13 - 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. PST online.. Hosted by Stanford Medicine, Pediatric Grand Rounds.
Giving Back to the Community that Raised Me: Bringing Visibility to Mental Health Inequities among Filipino Youth
Come understand the impact of colonialism and racism on Filipino health and mental health disparities and ways pediatricians can address mental health among Asian American,Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) youth and families. Register Here.
Friday, May 13 - 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. PST online. Hosted by Asian Women Empowered (AWE).
Celebrating Mental Health Awareness & AAPI Heritage Month - Allyship and Cross-Cultural Understanding
The panel discussion will feature the AWEsome Mary Gloner (CEO of Project Safety Net) and Sarita Kohli (CEO of Asian Americans for Community Involvement)! We will hear from them about the challenges in providing culturally responsive mental health services, and how the broader community can support efforts for more equitable and accessible services. Register Here.
Saturday, May 14 - 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. PST at Mountain View Civic Center. Hosted by Asian American Parents Association, AAPI Silicon Valley, Bay Area Youth Initiative.
AAPI Cultural Festival
Celebrate diversity and promote understanding and knowledge of the different Asian communities in the County of Santa Clara. Free & open to the public
Saturday, May 14 - 5:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. PST at White Plaza. Hosted by Taiwanese Cultural Society.
TCS Night Market
Annual night market event hosted by TCS. Register Here.
Saturday, May 14 - 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. PST at Japantown Peace Plaza. Hosted by Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center.
USAAF 2022 // GENERATIONS OF POWER Performing Arts Showcase
An inspiring afternoon of multi-generational performances celebrating Asian American power, creativity and legacy. Register Here.
Saturday, May 14 - 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. PST at Japantown Peace Plaza. Hosted by Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center.
Love & Unity: Asian American Choreographer's Showcase
APICC is proud to present Love & Unity: Asian American Choreographer's Showcase at GENERATIONS OF POWER, an outdoor showcase of performances taking place at Japantown Peace Plaza on May 14th, in celebration of 25 years of the United States of Asian America Festival. Register Here.
Sunday, May 15 - 4:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. PST at Dinkelspiel Auditorium. Hosted by Stanford Kayumanggi.
Pilipinx Culture Night: Paggunita
This year's show theme, Paggunita", comes from the Filipino word that can be translated into "rememberance" or "recollection". We invite you to share the night in reflection to the collective memory, the commemoration of those who came before us, and celebration! Register Here.
Sunday, May 15 - 6:00 p.m. PST at Roble Arts Gym - Studio 113. Hosted by Stanford Noopur.
Noopur Spring Show: "Prema"
Join us for an evening of Indian classical dance, featuring vibrant performances of different classical styles by dancers across campus. We're excited to present our first annual spring show after 2 years! Samosas will be served, and admission is free! Register Here.
Sunday, May 15 - 7:00 p.m. - 8 p.m. PST at Elliott Program Center. Hosted by O-Tone
Reflections: O-Tone's Fifth Anniversary Show
Come join us for our spring show, We'll have good music and free boba! No tickets are required; seating is first-come, first-served! (Masks are strongly recommended for this event).
Monday, May 16 - 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. PST on Zoom and In-Person. Hosted by the Center for Asian Health Research and Education (CARE).
AANHPI Birth Equity Conference
In California, 16% of births are among Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) families, with significant disparities in quality of care for mothers and babies. Stanford CARE sponsored AANHPI Birth Equity conference will provide a platform to engage with AANHPI families, their caregivers and key stakeholders in maternal and neonatal quality to identify key drivers of inequitable care and outcomes and provide directions for improvement. Register Here for In-Person and Register Here for Virtual.
Monday, May 16 - 11:30 a.m. PST on Zoom. Hosted by Diversity and Inclusion in Sociology and the Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (CCSRE).
Public and Inclusive Scholarship: The Latinos of Asia and Brown & gay in L.A.
Come learn how Dr. Ocampo conceptualizes and enacts public scholarship by sharing his work both within and outside of the academy. The first 45 people to RSVP will also receive a paperback or e-book copy of Dr. Ocampo’s “Latinos of Asia”. Register Here.
Tuesday, May 17 - 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. PST on Zoom. Hosted by the Center for Asian Health Research and Education (CARE).
Virtual Fireside Chat: Asian Health Equity Across the Lifespan
In an effort to build support and community among Stanford community members who are engaged in health equity, Stanford Medicine’s Office of Faculty Development and Diversity (OFDD) has launched the Health Equity Action Leadership (HEAL) Network, along with a series of events throughout the academic year. Stanford CARE has partnered with OFDD to host the next HEAL event: Asian Health Equity Across the Lifespan. Faculty will share their research experiences in a fireside chat panel. Register Here.
Tuesday, May 17 - 6:00 p.m. PST on Zoom. Hosted by the Center for South Asia.
Young Adult Literature: A conversation with South Asian authors
An evening in conversation with 5 authors of South Asian Young Adult Literature. K-12 teachers are especially encouraged to attend. Register Here.
Wednesday, May 18 - 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. PST at A3C Couchroom. Hosted by Weiland Health Initiative and the Asian American Activities Center.
Queerness throughout Asian History
Though not always discussed, queerness and sexual and gender diversity have always existed across Asian and Pacific Islander cultures. In honor of AAPI Heritage month, come learn about and celebrate different queer Asian ancestors, connect with others, and (of course) eat! Register here.
Thursday, May 19 - 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. PST at A3C Couchroom. Hosted by the A3C.
Speaker Series: Road to International Fellowships
Learn how you can become a competitive applicant for these international fellowships.
Thursday, May 19 - 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. PST on Zoom. Hosted by The Mellon Foundation.
Chinese American History, Asian American Experiences
Celebrate under-told Chinese American stories with Dr. Erika Lee, Dr. Mae Ngai, and Helen Zia. Register Here.
Thursday, May 19 - 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. PST on Zoom. Hosted by the Asian American Activities Center.
23rd Annual Stanford Asian American Awards
Community celebration to recognize the contributions of students, faculty, alumni, and staff. Register Here.
Saturday, May 21 - Time: TBD. Hosted by UCAA.
Dragon Boat Celebration/Food
Community celebration to recognize the contributions of students, faculty, alumni, and staff. Register Here.
Sunday, May 22 - 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at Old Union. Hosted by Stanford Asian Pacific American Alumni Club (SAPAAC), Stanford Graduate School of Business Asian Alumni Chapter (GSBAA), and Stanford Law School Asian Pacific American Alumni Chapter.
Stanford Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Potluck
Reconnect with classmates, make new friends, and celebrate our heritage. Meet us at the tables that line the front of Old Union (on the side facing the Stanford Bookstore). And please bring a main dish, side dish, or dessert to share. RSVP details to come. Register Here.
Monday, May 23 - 1:00 p.m. on Zoom. Hosted by Hui o Nā Moku, Asian American Activities Center, Native American Cultural Center.
Unpacking and Uncoupling "AAPI"
Come learn about the impact of terms like "AAPI", "API", "APA", and "APIA"and how to think of the people of Asia and the Pacific in our language and practices. Register Here.
Monday, May 23 - 7:00 p.m. PST on Zoom. Hosted by the Center for Asian Health Research and Education (CARE).
Chinese American History for Asian Health Researchers - Film Screening and Discussion: Far East, Deep South
Join Producer Baldwin Chiu and Director Larissa Lam in a discussion of their film, Far East, Deep South. Registrants may view the film May 21-23 (a private link will be sent one week earlier). Far East Deep South is an "award-winning documentary...that follows the Chiu family on a surprising journey through Mississippi in search of their lost family history. Learn more at https://fareastdeepsouth.com. This event is sponsored by Stanford Medicine CARE and the Vincent Woo Foundation in partnership with the American Medical Women's Association. Register Here.
Wednesday, May 25 - 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. PST on Zoom. Hosted by Asian Staff Forum.
The Office of Redress Administration (ORA) Oral History Project
The Office of Redress Administration was established to process payments and apology letters to Japanese Americans interned, finding over 48,000 eligible persons and securing funding for the payments. The Office of Redress Administration (ORA) Oral History Project is an effort to capture and preserve the first person recollections of those tasked with carrying out this historic government program, as well as the community leaders that made it possible. Join ASF in a discussion with the leaders of the Oral History Project – Emi Kuboyama from the Graduate School of Education, Todd Holmes from UC Berkeley and Jon Ayon, a filmmaker from Los Angeles. Questions or to request disability related accommodations to attend – please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Register Here.
Wednesday, May 25 - 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. PST on Zoom. Hosted by Nutrition and Education International (NEI).
Addressing Malnutrition and Food Insecurity in Afghanistan an Asian American perspective
Come learn about the current food insecurity crisis in Afghanistan and the work to develop food production infrastructure and economic self-sufficiency for rural Afghans. Join Here.
Wednesday, May 25 - 7:00 p.m. PST on Zoom. Hosted by the Center for Asian Health Research and Education (CARE).
Virtual Panel Discussion: Asian American Mental Health Crisis
Less than 9% of Asian-Americans sought any type of mental health services compared to nearly 18% of the general population nationwide. However, stigma, pressure to live up to the myth of Asian American success, and culturally inappropriate services prevent people from getting the mental health care they need. This webinar could provide platform to engage with AANHPI families, mental health professionals, mental health advocate and key stakeholders to identify key barriers of obtaining mental health services and propose culturally appropriate solutions to address the issue in Asian community. Register Here.
Thursday, May 26 - 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. PST at Kapwa Gardens and Online. Hosted by SF Urban Film Fest x SOMA Pilipinas.
World Premiere of “Sa Amin”
New documentary film by the directors Dyan Ruiz and Nix Guirre, and produced by the SF Urban Film Fest. More Info Here.
Thursday, May 26 - 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. PST. Hosted by Counseling & Psychological Services and Stanford Recreation Services.
AAPI Wellness and Resilience
In-person workshop on AAPI Wellness and Resilience.
Saturday, May 28 - Time: TBD. Hosted by UCAA.
End of Year Food Outing
Saturday, May 28 - 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. PST at Kearny Street Workshop and Zoom. Hosted by KKSILOG.
Lumayo Ka Sa Araw (Stay Away From The Sun)
Lumayo Ka Sa Araw (Stay Away from the Sun) is a multi-disciplinary work by KKSILOG, interdisciplinary artist collaborative Kim Requesto and Kim Acebo Arteche, that explores themes of healing generational trauma from within their matriarchal lineages. Register Here.
Friday, June 10 - Sunday, June 12 at Presidio Theatre and Zoom. Hosted by Queer Women Of Color Media Arts Project (QWOCMAP).
18th Annual International Queer Women of Color Film Festival
The 2022 Festival Focus, “Love, Embodied” transmits networks of liberatory intimacy and collective care that traverse time and place. Register Here.
Through Thursday, June 30 on Zoom. Hosted by Stanford University Libraries.
Rise Up for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders exhibit
Access the online exhibit at exhibits.stanford.edu/riseup or the physical exhibit is in the East Asia Library. Register Here.