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Here are links to some of our recorded events:

May 12th 2021 - Anti-Asian Hate in the Pandemic Age: Curing the Virus of Hate 

May 6th, 2021 Hunter@Home Presentation. Stuck: Why Asian Americans Don't Reach the Top of the Corporate Ladder 

February 19th 2021 - Hyper Education: Why Good Schools, Good Grades, and Good Behavior Are Not Enough

October 30th 2020 - Covid-19 & Anti-Asian Discrimination: Supporting Asian American Students at Hunter College

October 23rd 2020 - ARC Book Talk "Stuck: Why Asian Americans Don't Reach The Top of the Corporate Ladder" with Margaret Chin

May 1st 2020 - The Discriminatory Impact of Covid-19: The Pandemics Role in Highlighting Entrenched Racial Inequalities in the U.S.

December 9th, 2019 - The New York City Taxi Industry: Current Policy Issues & Paths Forward


May 2020

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February 2020

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October 2020

Check out the video for Covid-19 & Anti-Asian Discrimination Event Here!

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September 2019

Frank H. Wu, William L. Prosser Distinguished Professor of Law at UC Hastings, had a conversation with AAS Director, Vivian Louie, about civil rights, Asian Americans and Asian American Studies. Prof. Wu was previously Chancellor & Dean at UC Hastings and Dean of Wayne State University Law School. In these leadership roles as well as on faculty at Howard University, Prof. Wu was the first Asian American to serve in such a capacity. This public event was organized by Dr. Linh An and co sponsored by Asian American Studies and HCAP.

May 2019

In 2018-2019, we sponsored MATWAALA, the South Asian Diaspora Poetry Fest, Memorial Reading in honor of the late Meena Alexander, the noted poet and scholar, whose writings traversed her journeys from her birthplace in India to her distinguished professorship in English at Hunter College.

 


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December 2018

We co-sponsored with Hunter College's AANAPISI Project a film screening of the Oscar-nominated documentary, Abacus: Small Enough to Jail. Owned by the Sung family, Abacus Federal Savings Bank was the only bank indicted for mortgage fraud in the 2008 financial crisis, and the film documents the Sung family's fight to clear their name. The screening was followed by Q & A with Chanterelle Sung, Jill Sung, Vera Sung, Chris Kwok of the Asian American Bar Association of New York and Don Lee of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association of New York City. 

 

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