Women Studies/AES 322, Spring 2006
Images: Margaret Bourke-White, At the Time of the Louisville Flood, 1937; James Luna, Half Indian/Half Mexican, 1991; Toyo Miyatake, Receiving Dolls Donated by the American Friends Society, ca. 1943; Time, Special Issue: The New Face of America, Fall 1993. All images except for Luna (UW Kane Hall Collection) are from Coco Fusco & Brian Wallis's exhibit catalogue Only Skin Deep: Changing Visions of the American Self, 2003.
Teaching Assistant: Kristy Leissle
Class Meeting Times and Location:
Class EPost Discussion Board
Building Community and Culture Through the Experience of Cinema
April 22-30, 2006
Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center
104 17th Ave. S
Remembering Japanese American Redress:
A Symposium on History, Incarceration, and Justice
Friday, April 28, 2006
9:00 - 5:00
Petersen Room, Allen Library North, 4th floor
This symposium will bring together activists and academics from around the Seattle area to reflect on the Japanese American redress movement of the 1960s-80s, which, in many ways, originated right here in the Pacific Northwest. How did a grassroots movement of everyday working people lead to a formal apology and monetary reparations from the U.S. federal government for the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II? What are the movement's historical lessons and lasting legacies on the ongoing struggle for social justice? These are some of the questions that the symposium will address throughout the day.
Multicultural Fair & Celebration of Authors of Color
Saturday, 29 April 2006
Asian Resource Center
1025 S. King St.
Seattle's Chinatown/International District
9:30 am - 4:10 pm
The Rainbow Bookfest features national best-selling local author Clyde W. Ford, author of recently released novel Precious Cargo. In Ford's mystery series, an African American detective solves murders while wooing beautiful women. Ford also wrote a nonfiction book on racial harmony and has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Also during the Rainbow Bookfest, special tribute will be paid to recently departed science-fiction author Octavia Butler, who participated in past Rainbow Bookfests.
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White Privilege Awareness Week
University of Washington
May 1-4, 2006
RACISM IS TAUGHT... SO LET'S UNLEARN IT!!
Raising awareness about the history of racism and white privilege in the
United States and how they affect our lives today.
• Privilege Game: HUB Lawn 11:20 and again at 12:20
• RETRO monthly Open Mic, Ethnic Cultural Theater 8-10 pm featuring
the White Privilege Video: interviews with students about white privilege • Immigrant Rights Rally (City-wide): St. Mary's Church (611 20th Ave. S) at 3:30
• Brown Bag Lunch: Intersections of Oppressions, 12 pm at Q center (450 Schmitz)
• Anti-Racist Film Screening: "Color of Fear" at 1101 (Terry Lander) 7-9 pm
• Community Dinner: History of the White Anti Racist Movement
6:30-8:30 pm, at American Friends Service Committee (814 N.E. 40th Street in U-District) Cosponsored by Coalition of Anti-Racist Whites
• History of Race and Racism in the US: Featuring guest speakers:
David Billings, Dustin Washington, and Martin Friedman. Thompson 134, 5:30-7:30 pm
Co-sponsored by Anti-Racist White Student Union, Coalition of Anti-Racist Whites (CARW), People's Institute Northwest, Q Center, Queer Women and Trans Identified Interest Group, (QTIIG), miXed at UW, DIALOGUE Project, Students for Fair Trade, and Amnesty International
All events are wheelchair accessible. Call for ASL interpretation.
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