Stumbling Between Black (Lives Matter) and White (Supremacy): Asian Americans, Civil Rights Movements, and Articulations of Racial Mattering

Date / Time

April 15, 2016

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm


Presentation by OiYan Poon, assistant professor of higher education at Loyola University Chicago, who will examine the contemporary Asian American desire for public affirmation of their experiences with racism and the subtle, and at times apparent, anti-black ideology underlying some of these efforts.

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