Lauren Yanase examines the intersection of race and politics in forming identity in the final part of her identity series, Full Half: Lessons for a Biracial American.
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Here are some songs to guide you through the restless final moments of dizziness and uncertainty. May will bring a change.
Student Educational Politics Committee (SEPC) combined with campus artists, the We Project, and the Woolley lawn concert to spread awareness, art, and music in recognition of Earth Day.
We must be willing to risk the discomfort and offense of our Asian American families and be advocates because it is incumbent on the partnership of Black and Asian Americans to secure equality and dignity for both.
On April 19th, CAPA Conversations hosted a Webinar called “White Nationalism from Trumpism and Beyond Confirmation,” which explored the 21st century expansion of the Alt-right movement in the United States.
This year, the Japanese American Citizens’ League was among the first to speak out when Iranian Americans were detained and interrogated at the Canadian border. I know if I ask Grandma, she will say what she always says: that it’s not right what is happening, that they are Americans, Lauren, and more importantly, people. Then she will ask if I am seeing anyone.
Matt Scott and Sam Clement organize a weekly hike along the Blue Trail.