AAS Faculty & Students present at the National Association of Ethnic Studies Conference

AAS faculty and students present the following papers at the National Association of Ethnic Studies Conference held March 23-25, 2017 at  San Francisco State University:


Developing Culturally Relevant and Community Responsive Leaders 

Arlene Daus-Magbual

Angelica Faustino

Allen Ocampo

Robert Bisquera

Shannon Deloso

Lorenzo Escalante

Deodor Tronco


Transracial & Transnational Adoptee Wellness through Digital, Local, and Global Culture and Community-Making

Kira Donnell


From Burma and Bhutan: Community-Based Participatory Research with Refugee Communities

Russell Jeung


Unquiet Asians: Radical Asian American Solidarity with the Movement for Black Lives and Standing Rock, Seeding the Fertile Terrain of Collective Resistance in the Present 

Simmy Makhijani


Breaking Silence/Healing with Justice: Organizing Lessons from San Francisco's ‘Comfort Women’ memorial struggle

Eric Mar


On the importance of storytelling memoirs and dialogues

Isabelle Pelaud


Plenary Roundtable Keynote speaker

Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales


Confronting U.S. and Japanese Colonialism of Okinawa through Asian American Panethnicity  

Wesley Ueunten


Before the Wall: Studying Race, Immigration and Angel Island through Immigration Case Files

Grace Yoo


See link for the final program for time and room http://ethnicstudies.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/NAES2017FINALPROGRAM...