In light of the recent events affecting all Asian communities nationwide, there is a need to continue conversations about anti-Asian sentiments. Do we understand why these events are happening? How do Asian communities respond and cope? Is there hope for change?
Announcing a three-part virtual seminar series
EDUCATE: Asian American History 101
EDUCATE: Asian American History 101 is the first of our three-part virtual seminar series. Dr. Sohyun An (Kennesaw State University) and Dr. Ji-Yeon Yuh (Northwestern University) will host a candid conversation on Asian American history with a focus on anti-Asian sentiment. The presentations will be followed by time for Q&A and thoughtful discussions.
The event is free and open to all. Please register via Eventbrite for access. Zoom info will be sent to all registered guests via email prior to the seminar.
Invite a friend, family member, or colleague. We could all gain to learn more about our history.
Hosted by KAC Metro Atlanta in partnership with KAC National
RESOURCES ON ASIAN AMERICAN HISTORY AND EDUCATION
- PBS Series: Asian American History
- Time Magazine: A ‘History of Exclusion, of Erasure, of Invisibility.’ Why the Asian-American Story Is Missing From Many U.S. Classrooms
Resources for Parents and Students
- Penguin Random House: Recommended Books for AAPI Heritage Month
Resources in Korean
- Korea Daily News (Korean): Dr. Sohyun An on the importance of changing history education
- Pressian News (Korean): Report on Asian American history
- Pressian news (Korean): Report on Addressing the Model Minority Myth