AAPA Programs and Events

Upcoming AAPA Events and Programs

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Intro to Restorative Justice: A Workshop with Phoeun You November 17, 2022 from 6 - 8 PM on Zoom

Join the Asian American Political Activation (AAPA) Program and Phoeun You for a workshop introducing the concept of restorative justice as a tool for repairing harm and building community. 

In learning from Phoeun's work, we hope to provide our community with the tools to be able to address harm using the values of care, trust, and hope that are central to restortive justice practices.

We strongly encourage multiple members of the same organization come to reflect on how restorative justice can be applied in your shared spaces.

RSVP at tinvurl.com/aapaRJWorkshop

Backdrop of flowers - text reads Call for Submissions" Asian American Community Directory and Resour

Welcome Back! In order to highlight the abundance of our community, we are creating an Asian American Community Directory and Resource Guide.

We invite on and off campus organizations, programs, and spaces etc to send in submissions for this living document that we will host on our website as well as share actively with our student communities via newsletters, orientations, and new student welcomes.

Submit here to be included in our first draft: bit.ly/aapaDirectory

ASAMST 198 Flyer

AAPA (+ APASD) is bringing back our DeCal for another semester! We’re super excited to announce ASAMST 198: Asian American Agency and Activism. This course will examine the history and present-day agency and activism of Asian Americans in the US and aims to highlight the rich and enduring presence of Asian American resistance and political engagement.

The class meets every Thursday from 6-7 PM PST in 202 Wheeler Hall. The course enrollment code is 20890, and all majors and grades are welcome. Hope to see you there!

Contact madeleinevea@berkeley.edu if you have questions!