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RESPROG 4A: Okada: Asian American History, Action and Movement

This course explores a variety of questions and narratives central to Asian American identity, specifically within the residential setting of Okada house, the Asian American theme dorm. The Okada ETA Team and Pre-assigns will be facilitating a weekly presentation that examines different components of Asian American history and issues central to the Asian American movement today such as the school-to-prison-to-deportation pipeline and gentrification. Most broadly, this course hopes to provide historical and sociopolitical context to what being Asian American means in the present day and how to provide concrete skills to engage with Asian American identity and the community. This course begins Week 1 and includes a required off-campus trip, date TBD. Attendance at all sessions is required. The course is open to all students, but non-Okada Pre-assigns will need permission from the Okada Resident Fellow (Instructor) to enroll. Please contact the RF prior to the first meeting if you plan to enroll.
Terms: Aut | Units: 2
Instructors: Wu, E. (PI)
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