2022 Teachers Workshop

Missing in History® - The Asian American Journey

This workshop took place on July 30, 2022.

Session recordings available now:

The Making of Asian Americans

(by Lok Siu)

Mapping Asian American Identity

(by Margaret Yee)

Asian American Legal Cases that Shaped Civil Rights for All

(by John Trasveña)

The China You Should Know - Past and Present

This workshop took place on August 6, 2022.

China's Past is Always Present

(by Tom Gold)

China and the World

(by Clay Dube)
 

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