21 April 2019

Korean “Comfort” Women For US Troops Speak

Presented by Nodutdol for Korean Community Development. Co-sponsored by the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU, Asian American Political Activism Coalition at NYU, and Rutgers Global. Since 1953, the United States has stationed soldiers in South Korea. “Camptowns,” constructed near and around US military bases and installations, are heavily regulated areas characterized by forced prostitution and inhumane conditions ...

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22 April 2019

Celebrating Guernica Magazine’s “Climate Fiction: A Special Issue”

Co-sponsored by the NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study, Climate Working Group and Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU, and Asian American Writer’s Workshop. “These stories exemplify the genre of ‘climate fiction,’ or ‘cli-fi,’ by exploring what the world might become if climate change continues unabated. Its roots are in science fiction, but here, it’s tinged, beautifully ...

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24 April 2019

Fighting Anti-Asian Discrimination in Nineteenth Century Greenwich Village: A Guided Tour

UPDATE: All tours are sold-out and have reached full capacity. We do not maintain waitlists for our programs. Should additional tickets become available due to cancellations, they will be automatically released on Eventbrite. Following the passage of the 1882 Exclusion Acts, thousands of Chinese Americans moved to New York City to escape the increase of ...

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