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Apr. 20 2017 Washington, DC

Science & Climate Change: A Series of Events in Celebration of the Marches

Cosponsored by the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU and the Center for Earth Ethics. The Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU and the Climate Working Group have partnered with Dupont Underground to curate a series of events leading up to the March for Science on Washington (April 22) and The People’s Climate Change March (April 29). The full schedule is available here. Thursday, April 20, 7pm - 9:30pm: Poetry X Posters Featuring: Jane Hirshfield, Kate Daniels, Jennifer Chang, and Sarah Browning. NYC's…

Apr. 29 2017 8:30 AM New York, NY

REALITIES: The Eleventh Annual New York City Asian American Student Conference (NYCAASC)

A day-long conference organized by students, for students featuring panels, performances, and workshops. NYCAASC seeks to empower and inspire NYC students around Asian/Pacific Islander American issues. Featuring Allan Punzalan Isaac (Rutgers University), Jennifer Hayashida (Hunter College), Melissa Phruksachart (NYU), Dean Saranillio (NYU), and others. REGISTRATION

Apr. 30 2017 New York, NY

Asian American Feminism x Mental Health and Wellness

Presented by the NAPAWF*NYC Community and the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU   Asian American Feminism x Mental Health and Wellness Sunday, April 30, 1pm - 3pm at 8 Washington Mews This interactive installation exploring mental health and wellness from an Asian American feminist perspective features materials from The Asian American Literary Review's Open in Emergency: A Special Issue on Asian American Mental Health, a "mental health toolkit" containing a dynamic mix of writing, visual art, and interactive mini-projects. The task…

May. 4 2017 6:30 PM New York, NY

A Tale of Two Islands: Reporting Back from the Banda Islands

Beatrice Glow returns from Rhun, a volcanic Indonesian island in the Banda Sea, to present her final public program as the A/P/A Institute Artist-in-Residence. During her residency, Glow investigated the social history of plants via spice routes and botanical expeditions, focusing on the historical relationship between two islands on opposite sites of the world: Mannahatta and Rhun. The islands, which were traded by the British and Dutch during the 17th century spice wars, are connected by both a botanical and colonial legacy.…