Learn about the People Power Revolution in the Philippines — including the influence of the Catholic Church, U.S. government and political elites.
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.
Two upcoming events from UCOP employee resource groups will highlight the rich cultural heritage of the Philippines.
The Asian-Pacific Islander Staff Association has a fun-filled celebration planned for the Tet New Year! All staff are invited to participate.
Join the Asian-Pacific Islander Staff Association for festive holiday fun around the Vietnamese New Year!
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.
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.
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
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.
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.