Remebering Maya Angelou, Yuri Kochiyama, and Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Date: Thursday, September 18
Description: Hosted by the IU Asian Culture Center in cooperation with the Neal Marshall Black Culture Center and La Casa Latino Cultural Center. Learn, discuss, and appreciate the contributions of these great figures. The program will include a reading of Mayo Angelou's poems. Dr. Ellen Wu (History Dept) will be sharing her memories of and thoughts about her personal connections with the late Kochiyama and Dr. Debra Cohn (American Studies Dept) will be reading one of Marquez's stories.
Venue: Bridgewater Lounge, NMBCC
"Complicity or Resistance: How Ferguson Affects us all"
Date: Friday, September 19
Description: Moderated by Margaret Oates, CUE, and Chris Hooten, RA; sponsored by RPS and the ACC.
Asian Graduate Student Association Mixer
Date: Friday, September 19
Description: Come meet your fellow graduate students and colleagues and learn about what the ACC has to offer. Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Over a Cup of Tea Presents: "What is your race?"
Date: Wednesday, September 24
Description: Featuring the article, "What is your race?" Holly Schreiber, Graduate Research Assistant at the Center for Race Research and Ethinicity in Society will be facilitating this discussion on the NPR article regarding racial identity and shifting perceptions.
Cooking Demo: "Street Food Culture: India"
Date: Friday, September 26
Description: What can street food tells us about a country and its people? Is food the most enlightening and interactive way to experience a new culture? Food utilizes all the senses and may be the most enjoyable primary source of information about a culture. Join us as we taste and talk about Indian street food! This event is in partnership with the College of Arts and Sciences' Themester 2014's "Eat, Drink, Think: Food from Art to Science and Dhar India Studies Program." Please RSVP at email@example.com.
Our regular events and programs at the ACC will resume when the new semester begins the week of August 25, 2014. We will be using the summer break to plan for the academic year 2014-15. If you have ideas and/or suggestion for programs and topics that you would like us to feature in our discussion events, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you and have a wonderful break!
Here is a list of our regular programs, click for details:
- Asian Cultures Around Campus
- Asian Language Learning Program Sign up at the ACC.
- Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
- Asian Presidents' Dinner Meeting
- Asian Student Leadership Retreat
- Henna Lessons 101
- Monday Table Topics: Round-Table Discussion
- Over A Cup Of Tea
- Recipe Exchange and Cooking Demonstration
- 'Retracing Our Roots' Retreat
- Weekly Asian Games Featuring Mah-Jong and Go
- Who are Asian Pacific Americans?