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AAS PROGRAM NEWS
Meet our new Faculty Associate & AASP Undergraduate Advisor
Dr. Lisa Ho
Curious about the courses she is teaching or her secret puppy obsession? Watch her intro video here.
The stakes are high for APIDA in the 2020 Elections. There are 11 million APIDA eligible voters–votes that can possibly alter the political landscape of various states across the country. As many of us know, …October 30, 2020
In the 2016 presidential election, only 49% of eligible APIDA voters voted. Here are the key reasons that keep the APIDA community from the ballot box: Lack of translated materials and interpretation services for non-native …October 16, 2020
If all the eligible APIDA voters in Wisconsin voted: National political parties and local/state elected officials will improve their outreach to the APIDA community and provide better representation on a local, state, and national level. …October 2, 2020
The population of eligible APIDA voters has increased by 139 percent in the last twenty years! Now, there is 11 million eligible APIDA voters in the United States. Our “11 Million Strong” campaign wants to …September 18, 2020
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