Teaching Asian American Narratives through Literature
Asian American representation is too often missing from classrooms, but educators can incorporate Asian American perspectives through literature to expand the understanding of challenges that Asian Americans had and continue to face. For resources on how to do this, please visit our Reference Library.
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Statement on United States Supreme Court Affirmative Action Ruling
Bucking decades of precedent, the United States Supreme Court has struck down affirmative action, leaving universities unable to consider race as a factor in their admissions process. The Court heard arguments in two cases brought against Harvard University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill by Students for Fair Admissions, which believed the schools’ admission processes using affirmative action discriminated against
Asian American applicants.
Resource for Teachers
What We Do
The 1990 Institute is a nonprofit that creates and supports educational programming and mobilizes collaborative leadership networks to improve mutual understanding, promote a constructive environment for U.S.-China relations, and champion the fair and equitable treatment of Asian Americans.
Envisioning a postive environment for Asian Americans
in America and for U.S.relations with China
(July 13, 2023)
ChatAAPI is an original comedy talk show that satirizes current news and events relevant to Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities.
By combining comedy and education, ChatAAPI enriches our understanding of the AAPI experience and allows us to find laughter in shared experiences.
An Essay by
September 22, 2023