Graduate and Professional

Tea Time Tales

A night for enjoying tea and sharing spoken performance: story, oral history, poetry, song, comedy, & more!
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**This event is a part of the AACC Leadership Certificate program playlist**

Music & Magic: AACC Music Night

For Pan Asian American Heritage Month, the AACC will be hosting a Music Night event on Saturday, March 12 from 6-8 p.m. to showcase Asian and Asian American talent on campus. Come join us for a wholesome night of music and community!
**This event is a part of the AACC Leadership Certificate program playlist**

AACC Community Research Day

The Yale Asian American Cultural Center (AACC) seeks to foster and showcase a community of scholars conducting research on issues that further our understanding of the community we hope to serve. The AACC Community Research Day is a casual scholarly and social convening where students from all disciplines, schools, and years can come together to engage each other’s research, ask questions, and share works in progress.

Asian Americans and Affirmative Action

Join APALSA PAC and AACC for a lunch speaker event and community conversation about Asian Americans and affirmative action. The Supreme Court recently decided to hear argument on Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard. OiYan Poon and Genzie Bonadies Torres are among two legal scholars who have been heavily involved in the case, including on amici in favor of affirmative action. They will speak about their legal strategy surrounding the case as well as the challenge of navigating Asian American identity and affirmative action as a policy.

Atlanta and Beyond: A Vigil to Remember

On the one-year anniversary of the Atlanta spa shootings, join us as we gather to remember the eight lives tragically lost to anti-Asian violence then and recognize the lives lost since. If you’re interested in saying a few words or sharing your reflection through a more creative form, there will be an open mic portion in the program for attendees to do so and you may indicate your interest via the registration form. This event is open to the public and all are welcome.
Co-hosted by the Asian American Cultural Center and aapiNHV
Rain date: Monday, March 28, 6-7pm.

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