SMITH COLLEGE

Empowering Voices: AAPI Power Through Media

Empowering Voices: AAPI Power Through Media, co-hosted by Smith College Asian Students Association, Vietnamese Students Association, and Pan Asians in Action, provides a platform on campus for Asian American and Pacific Islander voices, bringing light to issues about identity. Content creators Sahra V. Nguyen and Jessica Nguyen use various mediums to raise awareness of AAPI identity and how it intersects with traditional cultural values. They will speak on how to challenge stereotypes, break away from a minority status, reclaim individual identity, and redefine what it means to be Asian American.
Saturday, March 31st, 2018

Northwestern University

RAD ASIAN GIRLS: A PANEL ON ART, RACE, AND GENDER

Join APAC for our FREE spring speaker event! We will be welcoming Olivia Park of Sad Asian Girls art collective for a workshop (details below), followed by a panel discussion with Park, Jessica Nguyen of Project Voice, and artist and writer Larissa Pham. They will be discussing how they use art and media as outlets for political and social activism. Come through to meet these RAD ASIAN GIRLS.
APAC is a sociopolitical organization which focuses on AAPI advocacy and throws a number of events throughout the year. One of APAC'S biggest events is Spring Speaker; their most recent past speakers include Kina Grannis, Wong Fu Productions, and acts of similar caliber.
Saturday, May 7th, 2017

SPOKEN POETRY READINGS

 

  • Southside Parlor | Wordsmiths | Seoul, Korea | 6.10.18
  • East Meets West Bookstore | East Meets Words | Boston, MA |6.17.16
  • Smith College | Weaving Voices 2016: Senior Monologues | Northampton, MA 4.23.16