Topic | Asian American Studies

What Asian Americans Are Bringing to Campus Movements for Racial Justice

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On November 9, 2015, a tent encampment set up on the University of Missouri Columbia’s campus quad erupted in celebration. President Tim Wolfe, who student protesters charged with failing to address campus racism, had announced his resignation. Amidst cheers, tears, and a mass rendition of “We Shall Overcome,” a new controversy emerged. A six-minute viral […]

Today’s API movement: confronting racism, capitalism, and war

Marvin Joseph The Washington Post

  Over the past year, growing numbers of Asian Americans have taken up the call for #ModelMinorityMutiny, rightly pointing out the falsehood of Asian American uplift, but more importantly, rejecting the very idea that chasing after such a precarious and inhumane notion of success is something even worth doing. In reality, Asian Americans have been mutinying for a while now. In […]

Register for Asian American Studies, NOW.

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First year in college? Back to campus? If you haven’t registered for Asian American Studies here are 3 reasons why you need to NOW. They went back to campus, but they didn’t go to class. Instead, students at San Francisco State went on strike for five months, the longest academic student strike in American higher […]