The Womxn of Color Collective (WOCC) is a weekly community building and discussion space co-facilitated by Isa Avila Saiter, Staff Psychologist from CAPS and Shelly Gomez, program coordinator in Th
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As we wind up this far from normal semester, please join us for a chance to slow down and take a moment for yourself.
Adrian Chang is a cook, food writer and 3rd generation Chinese-American based in the redwoods of rural Northern California. His latest project, in collaboration with Herb Folk of Petaluma, ‘Asian
One of the nation’s leading immigration and Asian American historians, Erika Lee teaches American history at the University of Minnesota, where she is a Regents Professor and Director of the Immigr
Lisa Suguitan Melnick (she/her) is a third generation Filipinx-American from Ilokano and Cebuano roots.
Dr. Pavithran was recently appointed as Executive Director of the U.S. Access Board. Dr.
Finding the Virgo is a film about compassion and gratitude.
Learn about ethnic studies programs at SSU and how current classroom teachers have negotiated ethnic studies into their curricula and pedagogy.
Our Lost Years revisits the forced removal and mass incarceration of 120,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans during World War II; it commemorates the 75th anniversary of the signing of Executive Or