I'm glad everyone likes our poster campaign :)
saucy-sarah: There’s more: Students Teaching About Racism in Society is a Student Org at Ohio University. I’m the President, any questions… MESSAGE ME! :)
-not being able to go to PAACH on the weekends to study. -realizing that there are no more APAHW events for a whole year.
The Hyphenated Identity →
“Whenever anyone has asked me, “What are you?” I have always come up with the same answer. Somehow, I always know they are asking about my ethnicity and I answer “Indian” every time, without fail. This question automatically arose during the first session of my internship at an Asian-American organization this past summer. Twenty-five Asian-American students from across the country...
SPIN: Das Racist Cover Story: These Colors Don't... →
“My little brother Ashok, or “Dap” as he is known and I refuse to call him, is DR’s hype man. His job is to know all the lyrics to the songs and enthusiastically repeat them onstage, often while dancing, which somehow makes my occupation as a professional comedian sound stable by comparison. This is reflected in how our relatives in India describe us to curious friends and...
MANOJ - a short film written by and starring Hari Kondabolu. Hari will be coming to Penn tomorrow! APAHW & SAS present Comedy Central’s Hari Kondabolu Wednesday, October 19th 7pm - 830pm Hall of Flags, Houston Hall
The DP: Asian Pacific American Heritage Week aims... →
On Monday, the 19th Asian Pacific American Heritage Week will attempt to “redefine” stereotypes. “We wanted to look at what it means to be an Asian American in this day and age,” College sophomore and APAHW Logistics Chairwoman Nishat Shahabuddin said.
A little over one year later. Let’s repost this…
People confront you, and it’s not once in a while, it’s all the time,” she said....– Quote about experiences of a mixed race family in the NYTimes.
The LGBT Colors Project will be a publication that will give queer people of color a voice at the University of Pennsylvania. The publication will be the first LGBT publication on Penn’s campus as well as the first publication dedicated to the interests of queer people of color in the Ivy League. The LGBT Colors Project will publish articles, essays, poems, fiction, and interviews to...
Call It What It Is… A video on sexual violence, produced by the Penn Women’s Center