Category Archives: Asian American Studies

CENTRO CSO Supports Ethnic Studies Now Coalition

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Campaign to Promote Ethnic Studies Summit – October 18, 2014 at Cal State Long Beach

posted by JOSE LARA | PURPOSE: A conference for those committed to promote Ethnic Studies at all levels of the educational system, to discuss the state of Ethnic Studies in California, Arizona and Texas, and present new models that enhance Ethnic Studies in … Continue reading

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Stereotype: All Asians are “Chinos,” Glen Omatsu and Ethnic Solidarity

Asians are often stereotyped, and whether Korean, Chinese, Filipino or Japanese, they are called “Chinos.” This sort of stereotyping leads to prejudices and prevents an appreciation of Asian cultures. A recent speech by Asian American Studies Professor Glenn Omatsu reminded … Continue reading

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2nd Student Network Summit (4/5/14)

Come connect, grow your skills, and strategize next steps in the fight against the privatization of our educations at the… Saturday, April 5, 2014 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Los Angeles Trade Tech College Sage Hall, Cafeteria 400 W Washington Blvd … Continue reading

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CSULA Ethnic Studies Coalition Speaks Up at CSU Board of Trustees Meeting

On Wednesday March 26, 2014 the Cal State Los Angeles Ethnic Studies Coalition spoke at the Board of Trustees meeting to share with the Presidents of the CSU’s the importance of making Ethnic Studies courses a priority at CSULA.  SQE … Continue reading

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“Resistant to Pressure” by Jehuniko

Posted in Asian American Studies, Chicana/o Hip Hop, Chicana/o Music, Chicana/o Poetry, Chicana/o Underground, Community, Education, History, Indigenous, Knowledge, Los Angeles, Movimiento, Palabra, Quotes, Resistance, Spirituality | Leave a comment

“Race in the Americas: Rethinking Transnational Analysis” at Claremont Graduate University (April 18-19, 2014)

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Boyle Heights Neighborhood Council SUPPORTS Ethnic Studies as a GE Requirement at CSULA

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CSULA Ethnic Studies Coalition Teach-In on February 25, 2014

 Join students, educators, workers, and community members for Two STUDENT-LED ACTIONS on TUESDAY, February 25, 2014 at Cal State LA 1) Meet at 12:30pm in front of the Golden Eagle Statue for a TEACH-IN (in front of the student bookstore) to learn … Continue reading

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In Defense of Ethnic Studies: Dr. Melina Abdullah Speaks Truth to Power at the CSULA Academic Senate (2/18/14)

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