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Focus of the Azine Website

 Because of limited resources, the Azine website will focus primarily on posting historical documentation of Asian American activism, particularly from the Asian American Movement. Contributors may occasionally post more contemporary articles. If we are able to develop capacity in the future, we will expand our focus. Thanks for your support

API Movement Party at the U.S. Social Forum 2010 Detroit

API Movement Building is throwing a party for APIA leaders, activists, organizers to come through at the 2010 USSF!

WEDNESDAY JUNE 23, 2010 from 8-10PM 
at OSLO, (http://www.oslodetroit.com/)
1456 Woodward Ave, not far from Cobo Hall.

Detroit folks helped us find this Oslo, which is a restaurant/club owned by an Asian American couple who is donating the space! 

Please RSVP konostril@yahoo.com so we know you are coming through!

Boston Book Party for New Reader - Asian American Studies Now

Asian American Studies Now truly represents the enormous changes occurring in Asian American communities and the world, changes that require a reconsideration of how the interdisciplinary field of Asian American studies is defined and taught. Co-authored by API Movement member Tom Chen and Jean Wu of Tufts University, this comprehensive anthology summarizes and defines the current shape of this rapidly changing field, addressing topics such as transnationalism, U.S.

“A Little Peace" Dessert Tasting for API Movement and Other Groups

If you’re in the Boston area, we’re one of four groups working and baking together again in our fourth year for “A Little Peace: A Dessert Tasting” to help fundraise for social justice organizations. We support each other and build community with nurturing and sweet things so that we can build a stronger effort for a better and more progressive society. 

Please come join us and taste for yourself the creativity of the community’s best bakers!??

Date: Saturday, April 24, 2010

Time: 7:00pm - 10:00pm

API Movement Building Boston at the BAASIC Conference

The 2009 BAASIC Asian American student conference focused on asserting the power of API students. API Movement participated in the conference in one of their keynote speeches, a workshop, and tabling at the activities fair. API Movement stressed the importance of getting involved, especially around immigrant rights, and using their power for good and the collective. The conference was held in Curry Hall at Northeastern University

"A Little Peace" Dessert Tasting Dec. 30th

Hey, this is going to be a great, fun, delicious event. We're serious. These people are mad bakers. Meet your friends and bakers from groups like Coalition for Asian Pacific American Youth, the Asian American Resource Workshop, and Boston Progress, who are working to build social justice. Proceeds to the Azine and our partner groups. This is held in Fields Corner in Boston, where the Viet community iz!!! Directions below

6:30 to 9:30
Saturday, December 30, 2006
Vietnamese American Community Center
42 Charles St.
Dorchester MA

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