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A Community Conversation on the PBS Documentary "Asian Americans"

The recently released PBS Documentary Series Asian Americans has sparked much needed conversations about the history of Asian America. How can we unpack the Model Minority Myth, what are some of the major events that are underreported in American history, and why does civic engagement matter?
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 A Community Conversation on the PBS Documentary "Asian Americans"

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۰۷ خرداد ۱۳۹۹،‏ ۱۸:۳۰ (‎−۵ گرینویچ)
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About the Event

The recently released PBS Documentary Series Asian Americans has sparked much needed conversations about the history of Asian America. How can we unpack the Model Minority Myth, what are some of the major events that are underreported in American history, and why does civic engagement matter? Join the AACCC for a virtual town hall conversation with prominent Asian American scholars, activists, and leaders to discuss these questions. 

Date: Wednesday May 27

Time: 6.30 pm CST

Speakers:

Dr. Madeline Hsu, Professor of History and Asian American Studies, The University of Texas at Austin

Sri Preston Kulkarni, Candidate for Congress, TX-22

Samip Mallick, Executive Director, South Asian American Digital Archive

Ashley Cheng, Co-Host, The Rabble Podcast

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