ReImagine Series

ReImagine what it means to be Asian American!


We’re at it again!! The Asian American Alliance would like to invite everyone to join us for our second annual Re-Imagine series! THIS YEAR, we will showcase many different facets of Asian America to create a better understanding of the diversity within the Asian American community. Names and links to Facebook events with more information are included below.

March 29th –> Re-Mix: Fusion Concert featuring Asian American hip-hop artist Verseatile

April 7th –> Re-Think: Stigma and Stereotypes Surrounding Mental Health

April 10th –> Re-Locate: Exploring Queer Asian American Identity, Open discussion led with Le Tran

April 11th –> Re-Vision: Voices Literary Magazine Launch Party

Like always, our events are open to the whole Tufts community! Hope to see you there!


“ReImagine”2012 is a series events in April that strives to build support for an Asian American Studies program at Tufts. We want to showcase some of the different dimensions of Asian American Studies to inform students why an Asian American studies program is necessary for the entire Tufts community. We have featured two guest lecturers who provided sample lessons that we feel should be reflected in an Asian American Studies program at Tufts, are hosting this open discussion around the KSA Bias Incident of 2009, and will be hosting a Comedy Show featuring Korean American comedian Henry Cho.

April 3rd: Asian Americans and the Law Lecture with Professor Andrew Leong from UMass Boston

April 12th: Asian American Media Literacy Lecture with Professor Shirley Tang from UMass Boston
(–> RECAP <–)

April 18th: 2009 KSA Bias Incident revisit
(–> RECAP <–)

April 27th: Comedy Night with Henry Cho
(–> RECAP <–)


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