Post from the National Center for Institutional Diversity-

Podcast episode 2: "Myths & Legends". In this episode, we’re listening to the voices of Tait Sye, Sungjee Dianne Ro, and Dr. Amy Kuʻuleialoha Stillman (Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies at the University of Michigan) as we explore how the Asian/Pacific Islander American (A/PIA) community has negotiated, defined, and redefined themselves throughout the years by challenging the perpetual foreigner stereotypes, asserting their presence and rights as Americans, and extending the community to encompass Pacific Islanders.

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MVisible Voices is an intergenerational podcast series highlighting the lived experiences of those from historically marginalized groups whose perspectives are critical to U-M's history. Check back next Monday for a new episode.

Partners include: National Center for Institutional Diversity, Office of Academic Innovation, U-M Department of Afroamerican and African Studies,Alumni Association of the University of Michigan, and the U-M Bicentennial Committee.