Led by Dr. Noreen Naseem Rodriguez of Iowa State University, Monsoon's Violence Prevention Program will explore the racial and cultural experiences of people who identify as Asians in the United States and what it means to be "Asian American" today.
MALA (Muslim American Leadership Alliance), is hosting a virtual discussion! Hosted by a diverse group of panelists, Perspectives on Virtual Learning will focus on new developments, current obstacles, and the future of online educating.
In this talk hosted by the American Writers Museum, author C Pam Zhang presents her much-talked-about debut novel How Much of These Hills Is Gold. Named one of the most anticipated books of 2020, this is an electric debut set against the twilight of the American gold rush featuring two siblings on the run in an unforgiving landscape‚Äîtrying not just to survive but to find a home.
In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, ABC 7 Chicago presents ASIAN INFLUENCES: STANDING STRONG, a program that shines the spotlight on Chicago’s Pan-Asian American community and the uplifting ways the community is leading the way during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
As Co-Chair of WHIAAPI, Secretary Elaine L. Chao kicks off this series of webinars in honor of AAPI Heritage Month. Following her keynote remarks and a question and answer period, we will then turn the program over to ‚ÄúA Conversation on AAPIs in Leadership‚Äù with a panel of distinguished AAPI business leaders.
Chicago Tribune food reporter Louisa Chu and WBEZ reporter Monica Eng talk about 150 years of Chinese food in America, how it was shaped by social, political, and legal circumstances plus how it shaped their own families and lives.