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AAS Winter Celebration

Dear AAS Colleagues:
 
You are invited to the SFSU Asian American Studies Winter Celebration. Please come, relax, and have fun at our first virtual Holiday Winter Celebration!
 
 
Best,
 
The AAS Holiday Party Planning Team
 
(Jeannie, Justin, Mai-Nhung, Phillip, and Wei Ming)

 

AAS Screens Chinatown Rising

AAS screened the video documentary, Chinatown Rising, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the department's founding. Over 600 persons enjoyed the film by Harry and Joshua Chuck. A panel with former AAS chair George Woo and Intercollegiate Chinese for Social Action student strikers Irene Dea Collier, Laureen Chew, and Phil Chin regaled the audience of the stirring and revolutionary times of the BSU/Third World Liberation Front strike of 1968, and the struggle to establish Asian Americans on campus.

AAS Sponsors Climate Justice Rally

Students from AAS 213: Asian Americans and American Ideals and Institutions organized a Climate Justice Rally this fall semester to educate and empower fellow students about the impact of climate change on communities of color. Endorsing programs and student organizations included American Indian Studies, Latino/a Studies, Race and Resistance Studies, Critical Pacific Islands and Oceania Studies, Asian Student Union, League of Filipino Students, Pilipino American Collegiate Endeavor, and South Asians For Climate Justice.