STOP DEPORTATION! Voices from Southeast Asian Refugees and Community Leaders
Join the HMoob American Studies Committee, Lao and Cambodian Student Association, and the Asian American Studies Program for a special teach-in, STOP DEPORTATION! Voices from Southeast Asian Refugees and Community Leaders on March 26, 4:00-5:30 pm
Join us for Madison's Asian American Media Spotlight. We are screening two films: SEADRIFT and MS. PURPLE followed by in-person Q&A with the filmmakers. These screenings are free and open to the public at UW Cinematheque.
“FLIGHT: torn like a rose”, is a dance-theater performance celebrating the12th century Persian sufi poem, “Conference of the Birds”, that inspires us to sacrifice self-interest and worldly gain for community transformation.
Mae Ngai, Lung Family Professor of Asian American Studies and Professor of History at Columbia University, will discuss the role of Chinese miners in the 19th-century gold rushes of California, Australia, and South Africa.
We are hosting a Fall Harvest Gathering on Wednesday, Oct 31st from 12-2 pm in The May 2nd Lounge (339W Ingraham Hall). We wanted to take this time from the busyness of the semester to reflect and connect with one another.
Join us for a weekend celebrating Asian American stories by Asian American filmmakers! All screenings are free and open to the public. Brought to you by the Asian American Studies Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The MSC is excited to welcome APIDA (Asian Pacific Islander Desi American) students back to campus: come kickoff the semester this year with food, friends, and discussion! Learn more about fun events and learn how to get involved!
Asian Americans & Affirmative Action Debate
How do Asian Americans fit into the affirmative action debate? Should race and test scores be deciding factors in college admissions? Come and explore with us the complexities of this debate.