Monday, March 17, 2008

Asian American Voices

Mixed Race Asians: Why They Matter to Asia America
We are pleased to announce this year's Asian American Voices event on Saturday, April 5. The event will feature an afternoon of break-out sessions on such topics as Multiracialism and Health, Multiracial Asian American Activism, and Mixed Race Identity, followed by a casual dinner. The evening will conclude with a performance by multiracial Asian American multimedia artist Kate Rigg.

The opening remarks and keynote address are currently scheduled to begin at 3:30 p.m. at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School. Kate Rigg's performance will begin at 8:15 p.m. at 3650 Humanities.

Online registration for Asian American Voices will be announced soon. Please pass this information to student and community individuals and organizations that may be interested in attending and please save the date!!!

Asian American Voices seeks to bring together members across the UW-Madison campus as well as the greater Madison community to engage in topics of concern to those who identity as Asian American.

We want to thank this year's co-sponsors: Association of Asian American Graduate Students (AAAGS), Asian Pacific American Law Student Association-South Asian Law Student Association (APALSA-SALSA), Asian American Studies Program (AASP), Asian Pacific American Council (APAC), Asian American Student Union (AASU), Wisconsin Asian Bar Association (WABA), Wisconsin Association for Asian Americans (WOAA), MultiCultural Student Coalition (MCSC), and Associated Students of Madison (ASM).
WHAT: Asian American Voices presents Mixed Race Asians: Why They Matter to Asia America
WHERE: UW-Madison Law School
WHEN: Saturday, April 5th at 3:30 (Kate Rigg's performance at 8:15pm in Humanities 3650)
RSVP: Online Registration information coming soon!
CONTACT: Please email UW dot AAAGS at GMAIL dot COM

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