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Talinhaga Laban sa Tirano: Raising Voices Against Tyranny

This online event is a collaboration between arts collectives in the US and Philippines that are remembering the resistance against the Marcos dictatorship and continuing to raise voices against the killings, attacks, and the return of tyranny today.
Food

The Story of Cambodia | Part 3 | Food, Ritual & Memories

Join the National Cambodian Heritage Museum and Killing Fields Memorial on July 26th at 11 am for their virtual event The Story of Cambodia, Part3 | Food, Ritual & Memories.
Community

16th Korean Seniors Day Celebration

Each year over 700 Korean seniors, families, and volunteers gather together for a day of recognition and celebration for our seniors’ dedication to their families and communities.
Community

2017 AAGL Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration

Join us on 2017 AAGL Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration.
Community

Hate Crimes: From Vincent Chin to the Present Panel Discussion

It has been 35 years since the murder of Vincent Chin, a Chinese American (mistakenly identified as Japanese) who was killed in Detroit in 1982 at the height of the Japan-bashing era of the 1970s and 80s.
Community

OCA-Chicago Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Kickoff

OCA Chicago is kicking off the 2018 Asian Pacific American Heritage Month - Celebration and Networking lunch. In collaboration with Asian American Coalition Of Chicago and Asian American Executive Network hosted by the Korean Cultural Center of Chicago.
Community

Chinese American Museum of Chicago 17th Benefit Dinner

Hosting the Chinese American Museum of Chicago 17th Benefit Dinner
Community

Asian Heritage Month Celebration and National Hepatitis Awareness Day Event

Asian Heritage Month Celebration and National Hepatitis Awareness Day Event
Community

2018 Filipino American History Month Kickoff

The Consulate General of the Philippines, in partnership with the Philippine American Cultural Foundation (PACF), would like to invite the Filipino-American community and the general public to the kickoff celebration of the Filipino American History Month (FAHM) on Monday, October 1.
Community

Gawad Kalinga Chicago for Filipino American History Month at E+O

To celebrate Filipino American History Month and to support OPERATION WALANG IWANAN Typhoon Ompong.
Community

Talakayang Bayan! Filipino Legacies

This Filipino American History Month, come explore Filipino legacies, from Andres Bonifacio of the Katipunan to present day Indigenous woman chieftain Bai Bibiyaon.
Interviews

Fred Korematsu Speaks Up with Laura Atkins & Stan Yogi

Join JACL Chicago for a dynamic talk with authors, Laura Atkins and Stan Yogi, as they share about their award-winning book, created for upper elementary and middle school students, about Fred Korematsu's story and how he came to challenge Japanese American incarceration during WWII.
Community

Celebrate Filipino American History Month

Filipino American History Month celebration in memory of FANHS National Scholar and Trustee, Dr. Dawn Bohulano Mabalon.
Community

Shared History: Celebrating Labor Rights and Filipinx Contributions

Join AFIRE on Wednesday, November 7 for an intimate fundraiser on a covered rooftop with a view of Downtown Chicago. This special event is in honor of our shared history of labor rights and Filipinx contributions to the movement!
Interviews

CRES Talk: Seth Archer

Don't miss the chance to be a part of a talk on the history of Hawai’i through the lens of Utah State University historian Seth Archer’s new book.
Community

2019 Japanese American Day of Remembrance

Every year, the Japanese American community in Chicago comes together to commemorate EO9066 as a reminder of the fragility of civil liberties in times of crisis and the importance of remaining vigilant in protecting the rights and freedoms of all.
Arts/Entertainment

Reminders of Home: An Interactive Storytelling Workshop (Free)

In An American Dream (Perla), a young girl’s doll becomes her sole connection to her culture and the home she was forced to leave behind.
Community

2019 APA Heritage Month - Chicago Community Kickoff

OCA Greater Chicago and The Asian American Coalition of Chicago invite you to join at Sunda on May 1 to kickoff the 2019 APA Heritage Month.
Community

Maha Bangskol

Please join National Cambodian Heritage Museum and Killing Fields Memorial in commemorating the more than 2 millions loved ones lost in the Cambodian Genocide.
Arts/Entertainment

Cambodian Rock Band

Please join the National Cambodian Heritage Museum & Killing Fields Memorial as we commemorate more than two million people who lost their lives during the Khmer Rouge regime and celebrate the resilience of the Cambodian community through a play, Cambodian Rock Band, by Lauren Lee with music by Dengue Fever.
Community

Nativism, White Power, and Anti-Immigrant Violence in the United States

Please join UChicago History for a conference in the International House's Assembly Hall.
Community

Sharing Stories: Intergenerational Conversations

This event is part of the Japanese American National Musuem's Contested Histories Exhibit, which will be in Chicago in May to bring artifacts made by Japanese Americans during the World War II incarceration.
Politics

Hương Ngô: In the Shadow of the Future

Join us on the Hương Ngô: In the Shadow of the Future on April 14 – May 12, 2019.
Community

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Celebration

Join us in Chicago's Thompson Center on the Concourse Level.
Arts/Entertainment

LUYA #10: Myths & Legends - Happy APA Heritage Month!

May is Asian Pacific American (APA) Heritage month! Celebrate with us ♥ And for those of you APA-identified performers out there, it's our month so we hope we see ALLLLLL of you on the mic ;)
Arts/Entertainment

3rd Friday - Synergy: From Manila to Acapulco

From July 19th to September 13th, An art exhibition by artists of Filipino and Mexican heritage co-discovering significant shared histories through art.
Arts/Entertainment

3rd Friday - Synergy: From Manila to Acapulco

The exhibition explores contemporary issues and ideas in all areas of everyday life from social, political, emotional and/or philosophical nature.
Community

Journey for Justice: Untold Filipino-American History

The event also includes performances from Philippine American Cultural Foundation Performing Arts and food from local Filipino-American restaurants.
Community

Community Resource Fair by NAFCON MidWest

In the spirit of bayanihan tradition and in celebrating the Filipino-American History Month, let us proudly honor the historical contributions of Filipinos in Chicagoland and in the US society as a whole.
Community

Gandhi 150: The Legacy of Peace

Bringing the descendants of history's greatest peace leaders to celebrate the 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi on the 18th of October at The Field Museum.
Community

FAHM Festival

Come join us on Sunday, October 20th from 4:30-6:30 at Bubbles Academy to celebrate Filipino American History Month! A portion of proceeds will benefit AFIRE Chicago, a local filipino immigration rights empowerment group.
Interviews

Filipinx Postcolonialisms - Jan Padios & Angie Reyes

Please join the Asian American Studies Program (and generous co-sponsors) on 12:00PM Friday, October 18 (Harris 108) for a discussion on Filipinix Postcolonialisms.
Arts/Entertainment

Screening of "Finding Cleveland Where Far East Meets Deep South"

Watch as his family has miraculous encounters & learn about the little known history of Chinese immigrants in the segregated South.
Community

Walking Tour: Lakewiew's Japanese American History

In the years following World War II, a wave of about 20,000 Japanese Americans (JAs) resettled to Chicago after being incarcerated in War Relocation Authority “internment camps.” They were part of a government plan to disperse and assimilate Japanese Americans across the country.
Community

Save the Date: Anakbayan Anniversary!

The night will include poetry, solidarity statements, education, art making and more.