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15 May
#PittAPAHM: The Making of ASIAN AMERICANS and APIA Activism
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Virtual

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Diversity

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Undergraduate Students, Staff, Alumni, Faculty, Graduate Students, Postdocs, Residents & Fellows

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Diverse Perspectives

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Pitt Global Hub, Pitt Global, Asian Americans, APAHM, APIA, AAPI

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UCIS: Director’s Office
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#PittAPAHM: The Making of ASIAN AMERICANS and APIA Activism

The Pitt Global Hub and Asian Studies Center present #PittAPAHM: The Making of ASIAN AMERICANS and APIA Activism, the second event in our programmatic series in honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.

This panel discussion will feature Donald Young, Director of Programs at the Center for Asian American Media and producer of the PBS documentary series, ASIAN AMERICANS; Nobuko Miyamoto, singer/songwriter and theater artist who co-created one of the first albums of Asian American songs and troubadour in the 1970s Asian American movement; and Corky Lee, photographer who photographed the Asian American movement and continues to document the daily lives of APIA folx.

Christina Ong, PhD student in the Department of Sociology will moderate the discussion.

Friday, May 15 at 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Virtual Event

#PittAPAHM: The Making of ASIAN AMERICANS and APIA Activism

The Pitt Global Hub and Asian Studies Center present #PittAPAHM: The Making of ASIAN AMERICANS and APIA Activism, the second event in our programmatic series in honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.

This panel discussion will feature Donald Young, Director of Programs at the Center for Asian American Media and producer of the PBS documentary series, ASIAN AMERICANS; Nobuko Miyamoto, singer/songwriter and theater artist who co-created one of the first albums of Asian American songs and troubadour in the 1970s Asian American movement; and Corky Lee, photographer who photographed the Asian American movement and continues to document the daily lives of APIA folx.

Christina Ong, PhD student in the Department of Sociology will moderate the discussion.

Friday, May 15 at 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Virtual Event

Event Type

Virtual

Topic

Diversity

Catalog of Opportunities

Diverse Perspectives

Hashtag

#pittglobal