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From the Asian American/Asian Research Institute (AAARI) at CUNY:
Friday Evening Lecture Series
Please join the Asian American / Asian Research Institute (AAARI) for a book talk on Incidental Racialization: Performative Assimilation in Law School, by Diana Pan, on Friday, April 20, 2018, from 6pm to 8pm, at 25 West 43rd Street, Room 1000, between 5th & 6th Avenues, Manhattan. This talk is free and open to the general public.
Despite the growing number of Asian American and Latino/a law students, many panethnic students still feel as if they do not belong in this elite microcosm, which reflects the racial inequalities in mainstream American society. While in law school, these students-often from immigrant families, and often the first to go to college-have to fight against racialized and gendered stereotypes. In her book Incidental Racialization, Diana Pan rigorously explores how systemic inequalities are produced and sustained in law schools, and examines their significance in the legal profession and broader U.S. society.
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Stay Tuned with Preet (featuring Bassem Youssef) – Apollo Theater
Former US Attorney for SDNY Preet Bharara brings his podcast “Stay Tuned with Preet” to the world-renowned Apollo Theater on April 26. Preet will interview Bassem Youssef, who has been called “the Jon Stewart of the Arab World.” President-Elect Brian Song will be there. Can we make it an AABANY group outing? If you are interested in helping us from a group, let Executive Director Yang Chen know at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow the link in the title for more details.
NYC Family Justice Center, Manhattan (MFJC) Advanced Trainings April 2018
Forced Marriage in the United States
April 30th 2018 2:00-4:00pm
Facilitated by Sanctuary For Families
General Training Information:
All Trainings are FREE of Charge
Trainings are held at the NYC Manhattan Family Justice Center
80 Centre Street 5thFloor New York NY 10013
Accessibility Notice: 10 Hogan Place (around the left corner from 80 Center Street) is wheelchair accessible, including the entrance and restrooms. When you are at the indicated entrance, a building officer will bring down the electronic ramp for your use. If you require any other accommodations, such as ASL interpretation, please contact Indhira Castro at 212.602.2857 or IndhiraC@fjcnyc.org upon registration and no later than 5 business days before the event date in order to make sure we have an interpreter.