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Wednesday: APISA presents Dr. Lisandro E. Claudio on Philippine history

Learn about the People Power Revolution in the Philippines — including the influence of the Catholic Church, U.S. government and political elites.


APISA brings more Philippine history to UCOP

On March 19, Dr. Lisandro E. Claudio of UC Berkeley will host a presentation and Q&A about the People Power Movement in the Philippines.


Explore Philippine history with NAIPISA and APISA — first event on Wednesday

Two upcoming events from UCOP employee resource groups will highlight the rich cultural heritage of the Philippines.


Celebrate Vietnamese New Year on Wednesday, Jan. 22

The Asian-Pacific Islander Staff Association has a fun-filled celebration planned for the Tet New Year! All staff are invited to participate.


Celebrate the Tet New Year with APISA

Join the Asian-Pacific Islander Staff Association for festive holiday fun around the Vietnamese New Year!


APISA Mid-Autumn Festival returns this Thursday

APISA’s annual festival is a can’t miss event! This year, enjoy tea, mooncake tastings and a special guest speaker from the UC Davis Confucius institute — plus a potluck lunch.


Save the date: Mid-Autumn Festival

Get ready for APISA’s annual potluck celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival. This year features a guest speaker — also featured via Zoom — as well as a potluck lunch and tastings of tea and moon cakes.


Staff affinity group spotlight: APISA

On May 28, 2019, UCOP’s Asian and Pacific Islander Staff Association (APISA) hosted a film screening of “They Came for Us,” which discussed the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. This screening


Japanese internment, then and now

On May 28, join APISA for the screening of a documentary film exploring the incarceration of Japanese-Americans during World War II. A panel discussion featuring someone who was interned will connect that tumultuous political climate to the struggle of immigrants today.


Join APISA for a documentary film and panel discussion

View a special screening of “And Then They Came For Us,” a documentary film that explores the forced incarceration of Japanese-Americans during World War II. Academic and local nonprofit experts will lead a rousing discussion about the resounding effects of Japanese internment today.