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May 8, 2019/ 9:30 AM - 3 PM
25 West 43rd Street, 18th Floor, NY, NY

May 8, 2019/ 9:30 AM - 3 PM
25 West 43rd Street, 18th Floor, New York, NY 10036

May 8, 2019 / 9:30 AM - 3 PM | 25 West 43rd Street, 18th Floor, New York, NY

Taking into account considerations of immigration, race, gender, and diaspora, this conference asks: What does the meteoric rise of Trumpian racist white nationalism say about the nature of systemic racism in our country today? We will consider the implications of these issues for an “American national identity” and white identity politics as well as for the identities and resistance strategies of AAPIs, the Latinx, Muslim Americans, black Americans, and indigenous peoples -- singularly and in relation to one another. This conference will also address how the higher education research community and the activist community have collaborated and can continue to strategically collaborate together.

The CUNY AAFF helps to promote the artistic visual talents and stimulate communication among CUNY students who are separated by the different campuses, and serve as a central location to display their creative works. Past participants have also had their films screened at the Asian American International Film Festival.

Accepting Submissions
Deadline: Monday, April 29, 2019

April 11, 2019 / 6PM - 8PM

JUNE 8 & 9, 2019 / 25 West 43rd Street, 18th Fl., New York, NY

Learn how to find and preserve your family’s history. Whether you’re just getting started or are a pro, get tools and methodologies to discover your family roots and journey. This two-day series of in-depth workshops, presentations, case studies and one-on-one consultations with expert practitioners of Chinese genealogy in America will inspire and teach you how to find out “where you’re really from”

The Scholarship awards $1,000 to an individual qualified undergraduate student that is currently enrolled at any of the twenty-one colleges within CUNY, Asian or non-Asian, who has demonstrated creativity in the communication of the concerns of the Asian American community in areas such as health, education, culture, media and advocacy.

The Scholarship awards $1,000 to an individual qualified undergraduate student that is currently enrolled at any of the twenty-one colleges within CUNY, Asian or non-Asian, who has demonstrated creativity in the communication of the concerns of the Asian American community in areas such as health, education, culture, media and advocacy.

The Scholarship awards $1,000 to an individual qualified undergraduate student that is currently enrolled at any of the twenty-one colleges within CUNY, Asian or non-Asian, who has demonstrated creativity in the communication of the concerns of the Asian American community in areas such as health, education, culture, media and advocacy.

Scholarship Applications Due
Monday, June 24, 2019

Scholarship Applications Due
Monday, June 24, 2019

Scholarship Applications Due
Monday, June 24, 2019

Commemorating its sixth year of publication, the CUNY FORUM published by The City University of New York’s Asian America / Asian Research Institute (AAARI), is a cutting-edge New York-based print and on-line commons for scholars, writers, artists, and activists to create new dialogue and to promote educational change around Asian and American topics of today.

Commemorating its sixth year of publication, the CUNY FORUM published by The City University of New York’s Asian America / Asian Research Institute (AAARI), is a cutting-edge New York-based print and on-line commons for scholars, writers, artists, and activists to create new dialogue and to promote educational change around Asian and American topics of today.

Commemorating its sixth year of publication, the CUNY FORUM published by The City University of New York’s Asian America / Asian Research Institute (AAARI), is a cutting-edge New York-based print and on-line commons for scholars, writers, artists, and activists to create new dialogue and to promote educational change around Asian and American topics of today.

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