KASY, CASA, and the Yale's Women's Center are holding a fundraiser on behalf of the New York Asian Women's Center. Our three organizations strongly believe in what NYAWC fight for and view it as a privilege to support them in any way we can. The NYAWC has been and continues to be in the forefront of serving the often under-represented and under-served Asian American women's community. It began in 1985 as a group that provided emergency residential services using donated apartments, effectively creating the first organized shelter program for abused Asian women on the Easy Coast. And NYAWC has also been selected by the U.S. Department of Justice as one of just six sexual assault demonstration sites and the only one that is Asian specific.
Our hope is to bring together our communities and support this wonderful group of people that seek to provide shelter, support, and hope for Asian women. Furthermore, it is a great opportunity to enjoy some delicious Korean and Chinese food and hang out with friends! For $5, you'll get to enjoy Korean Skewers, dumplings, veggie noodles, and egg tarts, with all proceeds to be donated to NYAWC.
TCAY Fall Meet & Greet Date: Tuesday, November 1, 2016 Time: 8:30pm-9:30pm Place: AACC, Third Floor, 295 Crown St.
Come to the Tibetan Cultural Association at Yale's fall Meet & Greet! Come if you are interested in learning more about TCAY and the Tibetan culture!! We will have chicken and vegetarian momos plus pakora from Zaroka to sample, so be sure to come!
How are Asian and Asian American identities formed? How do our lived experiences impact those identities? And for folks of multicultural heritages, how might one achieve an optimal sense of identity? In this discussion and dinner, USC professor of clinical education Dr. Ruth Chung will provide frameworks for answering these questions, and in turn develop an optimal sense of self. Participants will be invited to discuss the challenges and opportunities of navigating different, sometimes conflicting, cultural values and behavioral norms. One does not need be of multicultural background to attend. Please join us for dinner, followed by thoughtful discussion!
Ever wonder how the Asian American identity fits into political engagement and participation? Did you know that Asian Americans are the fastest growing voting bloc in the United States? With the results of the upcoming election on the horizon, come to the AACC to discuss with other members of the community what it means to be Asian American within the realm of political participating in the United States.
Bring your friends and we'll try to unpack together what it means to be Asian American and to participate politically- especially during an election cycle like this one! Light snacks will be provided.
Are you considering premed? Do you want to meet your Derek Shepherd? Come out to our event at the AACC sponsored by Yale's APAMSA chapter to learn about what it means to be in medical school. The event will start with a Q&A, followed by small group discussions. We will be on the 2nd floor of the AACC. Please RSVP at the form below so we can get an idea of the diversity of the group. You can also ask questions in advance anonymously using the same form.
Join Ruth Chung (USC Professor of Clinical Education) and David Yoo (Director and Professor, UCLA Asian American Studies Center & Department) for lunch and lively discussion at the AACC! Once student activists, now professors, Ruth and David will reflect on their experiences pushing universities toward progress in manifold ways.
Tastes of Taiwan Date: Saturday, November 5, 2016 Time: 5:00pm-6:00pm (Session 1), 6:30pm-7:30pm (Session 2) Place: AACC, 295 Crown St.
Join the Taiwanese American Society for Tastes of Taiwan at the AACC! We will be serving a full-course dinner, featuring classic Taiwanese dishes such as Lu Rou Fan (braised pork and rice), popcorn chicken, fried string beans, red bean soup, and shaved ice! Prices are $6 pre-sale or $8 at the door if space is available.
Please RSVP on this Google form by Tuesday, November 1 at 11:59pm to secure a spot. If you want a more immersive Taiwanese American experience, consider volunteering with TAS to prepare the food for Tastes of Taiwan! Volunteering for a 2-hour time shift will get you free admission to Tastes of Taiwan! Sign up to volunteer here.
Are you interested in learning more about Asian American history, literature, political theory, and more? If so, come to the third meeting of the AACC Reading Club! Join our community at the Gary Okihiro Library at the AACC and bring your own cup/thermos for some hot tea! New members are always welcome.
This week’s reading focuses on the politics of food. Everyone can agree food is wonderful, but what are the greater implications of food? What role does food play in ethnic community and identity formation? What does authenticity mean in the context of food? Does a balance exist between cultural appreciation and appropriation of food?
Events Diwali Date: Tuesday, November 1, 2016 Time: 7:30pm Place: Commons Dining Hall
The Yale Hindu Students Council and Chaplain’s Office invites you to the 12th Annual Diwali Pooja! Diwali, also known as the Festival of Lights, is celebrated throughout India and is one of the most important Hindu holidays of the year. Our event will begin with a 30-minute worship service led by the HSC Board. It will be followed by lighting sparklers on Beinecke Plaza and a traditional Indian dinner. The event is free however seating is limited. The doors will open at 7:00 pm and close by 7:45 pm. The puja will begin promptly at 7:30 pm.
The deadline for preregistration has passed, but very limited on-site registration will be available that evening. Plan to arrive at 6:30 if you have not pre-registered.
Moonlight screening Date: Wednesday, November 2, 2016 Time: 9:00pm Place: Whitney Humanities Center, 53 Wall St.
Come join Queer People of Color Coalition@Yale on Wednesday, November 2 for the Yale Film Society's Screening of Moonlight:
"A timeless story of human connection and self-discovery, MOONLIGHT chronicles the life of a young black man from childhood to adulthood as he struggles to find his place in the world while growing up in a rough neighborhood of Miami. At once a vital portrait of contemporary African American life and an intensely personal and poetic meditation on identity, family, friendship and love, MOONLIGHT is a groundbreaking piece of cinema that reverberates with deep compassion and universal truths. Anchored by extraordinary performances from a tremendous ensemble cast, Jenkins' staggering, singular vision is profoundly moving in its portrayal of the moments, people, and unknowable forces that shape our lives and make us who we are." Come join Yale Film Society for this special preview screening of MOONLIGHT, a film inspired from the story written by Yale alumni Tarell Alvin McCraney, In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue.
Join the Gilder Lehrman Center for a panel discussion on voter suppression. Panelists include The National political correspondent Ari Berman, History professor Beverly Gage, Democracy North Carolina research director Isela Gutiérrez, and Harvard Law professor Kenneth Mack.
Building from the legacies of Professor Nakanishi, the RITM Conference on Ethnic Studies foregrounds the work of Yale alumni and affiliates in Ethnic Studies fields.
Registration is free but required.
To honor the memory of Don Nakanishi, the Asian American Cultural Center w
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