"Power to the People": 50 Years of Bridging Research with Community
A research, policy, and community conference

As the UCLA Asian American Studies Center celebrates its 50th anniversary, the Center, along with the Asian American Studies Department and the Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council (A3PCON), presents "Power to the People": 50 Years of Bridging Research with Community Conference on Friday, November 1st and Saturday, November 2nd.

 

Join us as we bring together diverse and intergenerational communities to appreciate the legacies, genealogies, and futures of Asian American studies and communities. With community engagement at the heart of the field, we strive to strengthen the connection between the university and community-based organizations: that faculty will engage in dialogue with community organizers about future research needs, and that students will be inspired to fulfill community research needs.

 

Come explore current issues in relation to Asian American and Pacific Islanders and discover how to connect research with community, as well as how to find ways to engage with community, service, and activist organizations.

 

This event is free and open to the public; however, registration is required. Recordings of the plenaries will be made available after the event.





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calendarFRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1st

Cultural Evening

The Tateuchi Democracy Forum at the Japanese American National Museum in Little Tokyo. Parking Information coming soon.

calendarSATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd

Full-day Conference

The UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs.