Please stop by Yung Wing Room at the AACC to share your ongoing thoughts, feelings, ideas, and reactions to the election. We have paper, post-its, and other materials for you to express where you're at and where you'd like to go. This space is intended for community members to express themselves, feel supported and imagine action for the future.
One cause for optimism: a record five South Asian Americans have been elected to the U.S. Congress. Join DisOrient for a discussion of how South Asians navigate their identities in relation to U.S. politics. How do South Asian American politicians exploit and embrace their heritage? What are South Asian political interests and to what extent do we expect South Asian politicians to represent them? And how do we as individuals best express South Asian political power? We will have snacks!
Almost ready to go on Thanksgiving Break? Still have a few midterms and papers to get through? Come take a break with your favorite AACC Community & Social Engagement staffers to color, draw, doodle, or just hangout over doughnuts and cider from Donut Crazy!
Get your gobble-gobble on with the AACC over break! Come celebrate Thanksgiving with the rest of the AACC community and enjoy the company of friends, turkey, and fun on Monday, November 21st. Please bring sides and desserts to spread the goodwill and cheer! The main course and drinks will be provided.
Join the South Asian Society and the Asian American Students Alliance for the first South Asian identity retreat. We will participate in workshops and discussions, and we will listen to a speaker. Come for the whole time or just a part. Lunch will be provided. Please register here.
Visit Maya's Room in Silliman College to see A House of Light & Sound, an audiovisual project by Thaddeus Lee '17. See Lee's description of the project below:
Finding voice in Bachelard's notion of an Oneiric House, that is a dream house we construct from our own memories, A House of Light and Sound delves into the visual and aural sensations that constitute our figuring of "home". Where is home? What makes a home? In responding to these questions, this project attempts to capture the sublime and perhaps even uncanny moments where, for a particular moment, we feel that we belong. This is my house of light and sound.
Much of "A House of Light and Sound" was inspired by the narrative of student voices from last fall and campus discussions on what it means to feel at "home" in a place. This week in particular, I am sure these questions on belonging are especially pertinent as we seek to define the spaces and places that we call home.
Join the South Asian Society and the Yale Bookstore for a book signing and discussion with the rapping mathlete 'Kevin G' from "Mean Girls." Rajiv Surendra will be reading from & signing his new book The Elephants in My Backyard: A Memoir. The book tells the story of Rajiv embarking on a quest to embody the sixteen-year-old Tamil protagonist of Life of Pi by quitting university and buying a one-way ticket from Toronto to South India.
Join ThiNK as filmmaker and activist-scholar Dai Sil Kim-Gibson will present her film, “People are the Sky”—the first instance of a South Korean filmmaker granted permission to document life inside North Korea. Former ThiNK president, Paul Lee, will moderate a discussion with Kim-Gibson after the film. Korean food will be provided.
“When I lost my husband in 2009, I felt homeless. I set out to explore whether my place of birth in North Korea could be my home once more. Searching its cities and mountains shrouded in myth and misunderstanding, I met people—ordinary citizens. Eventually I found home not in places, not in North Korea as a country, but in the ordinary people.” [Kim-Gibson]
Come together with other freshmen for the annual INTERCULTURAL FIRST-YEAR DINNER hosted by the four cultural houses on Wednesday, November 16 from 5-7pm at Saint Thomas More (the building behind Davenport and Pierson).
Join Q+A over mango sticky rice and dining hall dinner in the JE Junior Common Room for an intimate storytime and knowledge creation discussion about family x "coming out" x our Asian identities x post-election. How might our relationships with our families begin to change, and how do we talk to our families now? This is a safe space to feel vulnerable, share experiences with each other if you feel comfortable doing so, listen and learn from one another as we move ahead, and strategize collectively, especially with Thanksgiving and winter breaks around the corner.
Join Trumbull Head Margaret Clark as she sits down for a discussion with Karen Diver, Special Assistant to the President for Native American Affairs. As a part of the Domestic Policy Council, Diver coordinates the development and implementation of all federal domestic policy that has an impact on Indian Country.
Do you know your rights during a protest or demonstration? Join us for a community conversation about protesters' rights in Connecticut, including the right to record police. Speakers will include Dan Barrett (Legal Director, ACLU of Connecticut) and Leon Smith (Racial Justice Project Director, Center for Children's Advocacy).
AASA's annual Basketball Tournament has returned! Come support your team and watch them win the NEW AASA trophy and eternal glory. The tournament will consist of an 10 team double elimination bracket. The bracket will be randomly generated. The official bracket will be printed and posted at the tournament. Check out the event page for official rules.
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