Vol. 8, No. 3: Winter, 1985 Preview

Here is what's inside this edition:

Asian American Studies: A New Era, A New Vision

I lways believed that Asian American Studies was an academic manifestation of the Asian American Movement; a sort of conscience and tool for social change in higher education.

The Pride & The Prejudice: Women of Color Speak

Tis testimony was given before the Los Angeles Commission on the Status of Women by Judy Chu PhD on March 1, 1985.


Korean Language Class

In recent years has been a renewed interest in East Asian Studies.


New Folks…

Resource Development and Publication welcomes Susan Montepio to our publications staff.


Echoes of Struggle: Agbayani visit

Why visit Agbayani Village? The place isn’t really a lot to look at, just a single building on a forty acre patch of dirt too alkaline to grow anything.


Women’s Week

In commemoration of International Women’s day, a coalition of UCLA organizations came together to sponsor a week-long celebration and festival.


Asian Women United

Asian Women United has extended the deadline for outlines and summaries of articles and creative pieces for its upcoming anthology from December 31, 1984 to March 31, 1985.


JANRP Japanese American Newspaper Research Project

The Japanese American Newspaper Research Project (JANRP), a Japan-based reearch group, is planning a symposium on the Japanese immigrant press.


Asian American Studies Pilipino Research Project (PRP)

UCLA Asian American Studies Center’s Pilipino Research Project is currently entering its second year.


Lucie Cheng: UCLA’s Woman Warrior

Lucie Cheng, the director of the Asian American Studies Center of UCLA was honor at the Fourth Annual women Warrior Awards Banquet on Friday, February 22, 1985.


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