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Language Matters: Strengthening Asian and Pacific Islander Education at Berkeley

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Uploaded on Mar 3, 2009

An open forum to promote dialogue among UC Berkeley students, API community organizations, and UC Berkeley faculty and administration invested in building a robust API language curriculum at Berkeley.

Keynotee Talk on API Linguistic Diversity by Scholar-Activist Ling-Chi Wang, Professor Emeritus of Asian American Studies, UC Berkeley

Speakers: Fiona Ma, California Assemblywoman, California State Assembly Democratic Caucus; Gibor Basri, Vice Chancellor of Equity and Inclusion, UC Berkeley; Elaine Kim, Professor of Asian American Studies, UC Berkeley

Co-sponsored by the Vice Chancellors Office of Equity and Inclusion, Asian American Studies Program, Center for Race and Gender, Institute of East Asian Studies, Center for Japanese Studies, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Center for Southeast Asia Studies, Center for South Asia Studies, Department of South and Southeast Asian Studies, Department of Comparative Literature, Asian Pacific American Student Development Office, Asian Pacific American Coalition, Townsend Center Working Group on Asian Cultural Studies, Filipinos for Affirmative Action, Korean Community Center of the East Bay, Chinese for Affirmative Action

For more information, please contact apielnow@gmail.com or visit our blog http://apielnow.blogspot.com

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