My Heart is Not Yet Broken Film Showing & Discussion, Tuesday, March 3, 6:30pm LiB 121

Event Date: 
Tuesday, March 3, 2015 - 6:30pm
Event Location: 
LIB 121

Ms. Shindo Song is the only Korean resident who has sued Japanese government for the human rights violation she experienced as a “comfort woman.” Born in 1922, Ms. Song was forced into sexual slavery for Japanese imperial army in China at age 16. In 1993, nearly half a century after the war ended, Ms. Song sued Japanese government, demanding an “official apology.” Even after losing the 10-year-long courtroom battle in 2003, Ms.

The Targeted Village Film Showing & Discussion, Wednesday, March 11, 12:30-2pm, LIB 121

Event Date: 
Wednesday, March 11, 2015 - 12:30pm to 2:00pm
Event Location: 
Events
 
The island of Okinawa, Japan, has been home to 26,000 U.S. military troops since 1945, holding over 75% of all bases in Japan. This strong presence has been linked to increased crime rates and impact on the ecologically sensitive areas of the island. The Targeted Village follows the villagers of Takae who resist the construction of U.S. military helipads in their village, from sit-ins and protests to block construction, to a court battle with the central government.
 

Asian American Studies Alumni & Student Dinner, Thursday, March 19, 2015, 6-8pm, LIB 121

Event Date: 
Thursday, March 19, 2015 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Event Location: 
Library Room 121

 

Come and meet SFSU Asian American Studies alumni. A great time for students to connect up with alumni and hear about the many different careers they have entered into.

This event is free to current AAS majors, minors, and master's students. The cost to alumni is $15.

News and Updates Last Updated: March 1, 2015

AAS Faculty in the News and Updates: March 2015

 

Russell Jeung's  AAS 323, Chinese American Identities class. helped to organize a Lunar New Year/Black History Month event this past February 21, 2015. Seeking to build bridges between communities in the Bayview neighborhood, the students raised funds, decorated the YMCA, and hosted a lunch for about 200 persons. They also surveyed residents about their neighborhood concerns for an ongoing research project on the community. Assemblymember David Chiu recognized the students' participation with an award from the State Assembly.