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Bridging 1982 to 2022

Wednesday, March 16, 2022
1:00-2:30 PM
3512 Haven Hall Haven Hall Map
"Bridging 1982 to 2022" features an intergenerational panel of Asian American activists, including those who were instrumental on campus and local organizing efforts after the murder of Vincent Chin in 1982 and young Asian American activists who have led efforts to combat racism on campus today. The conversation will facilitate a space for discussion to address the interconnections between the murder of Vincent Chin and the recent incidents of anti-Asian violence in Atlanta, Indianapolis, and elsewhere.
The panel will be moderated by PBS Newshour Community Correspondent Frances Kai-Hwa Wang.

The event is hybrid.
The panel will take place in 3512 Haven Hall at 1-2:30pm.
In addition, participants who would like to view the panel online, must register at

In addition to the afternoon panel, the Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month Committee has organized an evening discussion from 7-8pm (Angell Hall, G115).
Please join for a student-driven community forum space to further discuss the themes and thoughts that these events bring up. Registration Required (see AA&PI Heritage Month website for further details:
Building: Haven Hall
Event Type: Lecture / Discussion
Tags: Activism, American Culture, Apia, Asia, Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month, Asian/pacific Islander American Studies, Department Of American Culture, In Person, Politics, Student Org
Source: Happening @ Michigan from Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies, Department of American Culture