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AAC Family Cookbook: Recipes through the Generations A community collection of recipes via social media throughout APAHM. Open House for Admitted and New Students Mon., April 6 @ 5pm | How to Build an Asian American Project Wed., April 7 @ 7:30pm | Workshop Social Work with Asian American Communities Wed., April 14 (time TBA) co-hosted and organized by the School of Social Work Office of DEI and the Jordan Institute for Families Reclaiming the Commentary: Asian American and Asian Student-Athletes Speak Thurs., April 15 @ 7pm co-hosted with Athletics, Carolina Union Activities Board, and the Office of Student Life & Leadership The Past and Present of Activist Alliance (Date and time TBA) with the Carolina Asia Center Co-sponsors: Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History, Center for the Study of the American South, and Social Sciences & Global Programs in the College of Arts & Sciences APAHM Celebration: Stories from the Ages Performance stream on Fri., April 30 @ 7:30pm

Digitally accessible APAHM event list here.

Founded in 2020, the Asian American Center’s mission is to cultivate a critical understanding of Asian American peoples, cultures, and histories. Through education, organizing, and advocacy, the AAC will engage and empower Asian American students, faculty, and staff and the greater Carolina community. The AAC will enhance the University’s commitment to excellence by expanding access to interdisciplinary learning and preparing the next generation of leaders for an increasingly multicultural society.

You can find information here about the Center’s programming, partners, and history, as well as ways to support us and get involved. This website is currently under construction, so please check back for new content and design!

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