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UC Berkeley, Guest Speaker

Nov 04, 2010
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University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA
Presented at Dr. Siri Brown’s Ethnic Studies class on “Other: an Asian Pacific Islander Prisoners’ Anthology” and prison life, to approximately 150 students.

San Francisco State University, Guest Speaker

Oct 16, 2010
» Engagements

San Francisco, CA
Presented at Professor Grace Yoo’s Asian American Studies class, “Asian American communities: Changes and Development”, on the Prison Industrial Complex and reentry to approximately 60 students.

San Francisco State University, Guest Speaker

Oct 14, 2010
» Engagements

San Francisco, CA
Presented at Professor Russell Jeung’s “Asian Americans and Public Policy” class, on deportation issues, to approximately 60 students.

Laney College, Guest Speaker

May 11, 2010
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Oakland, CA
Presented at Professor Roger Chung’s “Asian-American Communities” class, on the Prison Industrial Complex and the work of Asian Prisoners’ Support Committee (APSC), to approximately 60 students.

UCLA, Guest Speaker

Apr 16, 2010
» Engagements

University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA

Presented on “Other: an Asian Pacific Islander Prisoners Anthology” and the Prison Industrial Complex, to approximately 20 people.

City College of San Francisco, Guest Speaker

Mar 15, 2010
» Engagements

San Francisco, CA
Presented at Professor Donna Willmott’s class on the Prison Industrial Complex and reentry, to approximately 25 students.

Macalester College, Guest Speaker

Feb 25, 2010
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St. Paul, MN
Presented at Professor Pablo Dosh’s Comparative Social Movements class, to approximately 15 students.

Macalester College, Guest Speaker

Feb 24, 2010
» Engagements

St. Paul, MN
Presented at Professor Karin Aguilar-San Juan’s Asian American Community and Identity class, to approximately 12 students.

Laney College, Guest Lecturer

Dec 10, 2009
» Engagements

Oakland, CA
Spoke with Professor Roger Chung’s Asian American class of approximately 30 students

Laney College, Guest Lecturer

Dec 08, 2009
» Engagements

Oakland, CA
Spoke with Dr. Darby Price’s Asian American class, “Asian American History from 1945 to the Present”, of approximately 20 students

UC Berkeley, Guest Speaker

Nov 03, 2009
» Engagements

University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA
Presented at Dr. Siri Brown’s Ethnic Studies class of approximately 75 students

City College of San Francisco, Guest Speaker

Oct 22, 2009
» Engagements

San Francisco, CA
Spoke with Professor Donna Willmott’s class of approximately 20 students

San Francisco State University, Guest Lecturer

Oct 19, 2009
» Engagements

San Francisco, CA
Spoke about deportation and the experience of API prisoners, at Professor Russell Jeung’s classes “Chinese American Personality”, “Social Class and Low Income Chinese Americans” and “Asian American Public Policy”, to a total of approximately 150 students

Laney College, Guest Speaker

May 14, 2009
» Engagements

Oakland, CA
Presented to approximately 40 students

Motivation Conference, Keynote Speaker

May 08, 2009
» Engagements

University of California, Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz, CA
Spoke at UC Santa Cruz’s 15th Annual Motivation Conference, to approximately 80 folks

Motivation Conference (MC)

Motivation Conference (MC) is a 2 1/2-day non-yield outreach program that targets underprivileged Asian American / Pacific Islander (AAPI) high school students from under resourced and under represented communities. A non-yield outreach program is a program that outreaches to students who have not been accepted in the university. MC targets AAPI high school students who have not thought about higher education as an option, or do not feel that higher education is a space for them. For 2 1/2 days MC allows these students to experience ways to express themselves, learn about more their identity, and see higher education as a realistic and obtainable goal. The Asian Pacific Islander Student Alliance (APISA) as well as many volunteers organize and plan the conference.

City College of San Francisco, Guest Lecturer

Apr 18, 2009
» Engagements

San Francisco, CA
Presented at Donna Willmott’s Health class, “Promoting Wellness for the Formerly Incarcerated” for 12 students

Course Description

Students will gain an understanding of prison culture and the specific challenges an incarcerated person faces when re-entering society. Ethical considerations along with identifying systemic barriers and rights retained by this population will be explored.

Breaking the Chain, Keynote Speaker

Apr 14, 2009
» Engagements

University of Berkeley,
Berkeley, CA
Spoke at theSoutheast Asian Student Coalition‘s Annual benefit concert, on transforming the criminal justice system, to approximately 100 people

“Breaking the Chain”

The significance of the theme is a bold statement to break the chain of rising statistics in criminalization and police brutality in our communities. It is to break the silence of unjust acts and to promote social change in the criminal justice system. We addressed issues of rising statistics in criminalization and police brutality, hoping to promote social change in the criminal justice system.

SFSU, Guest Speaker

Apr 01, 2009
» Engagements

San Francisco, CA
Spoke at Professor Russell Jeung’s “Chinese American Personality” and “Asian American Communities: Development and Change” classes, of approximately 150 students

City College of San Francisco, Guest Speaker

Mar 16, 2009
» Engagements

San Francisco, CA
Spoke about the impact of incarceration on the health of individuals, families and the community, at Professor Donna Willmott’s “Health Impacts of Incarceration” Health Education class.

Course Description

Students will gain an understanding of prison culture and the specific challenges an incarcerated person faces when re-entering society. Ethical considerations along with identifying systemic barriers and rights retained by this population will be explored.

UC Davis, Guest Speaker

Mar 04, 2009
» Engagements

University of California, Davis
Davis, CA
Spoke about the connections between personal life, the Prison Industrial Complex and the overall system of oppression, to Professor Sunaina Maira’s “Politics and Social Movements: Asian American Activism and Social Movement” class, of approximately 40 students.

UC Berkeley, Guest Speaker

Feb 25, 2009
» Engagements

University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA
Spoke about the Prison Industrial Complex and Immigration and Customs Enforcement, at Professor Alan Ross’s Political Science class, to approximately 385 people.

SF State University, Guest Speaker

Feb 13, 2009
» Engagements

San Francisco, CA
Spoke about the importance of community service, the API prison population, and struggles in the Prison Industrial Complex, to approximately 200 freshman students

SF State University, Guest Speaker

Feb 02, 2009
» Engagements

San Francisco, CA
Spoke about the Community Response Network, to approximately 30 broadcasting students.

UCSF, Guest Speaker

Feb 02, 2009
» Engagements

University of California, San Francisco
San Francisco, CA
Spoke about the health impacts of incarceration, to approximately 40 future doctors, dentists, community health workers.

UC Berkeley Boalt Hall Law School, Guest Speaker

Mar 21, 2007
» Engagements

Guest speaker at UC Berkeley Boalt Hall law school for discussion on Restorative Justice.  With: Eric Yamamoto, Professor Mary Louise Frampton, Jane Kim, Lee, Maria, Seth, Mika, Willoughby, Elan, John, Phillip, Sandra Kim, Susan Sarrano, Nakisha

UC Berkeley Boalt Hall Law School, Guest Speaker

Mar 13, 2007
» Engagements

with Helen Zia, Victor Huang, and Ivy Lee, to 23 students.