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#AtlantaSyllabus: An Asian American Studies Perspective on Anti-Asian Violence in 2021

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Title(*REQUIRED)Name of your initiative
#AtlantaSyllabus: An Asian American Studies Perspective on Anti-Asian Violence in 2021
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TypeCategory that best characterizes your initiative
Research
Description of initiativeDescription of initiative
A curated list of resources aimed at raising awareness of and starting discussions about racism and violence toward Asian Americans. Arranged in a 12-week structure that focuses on specific topics like Asian American identities, media representation of Asian American women, and immigration and exclusion.
This initiative is on behalf of a registered student organization (RSO)Registered Student Organizations (RSO) are groups or associations that are operated by students at UW-Madison who are registered with the Center for Leadership and Involvement
Initiative is not on behalf of a RSO.
Division (Department)-Unit(*REQUIRED)Division, department, and unit responsible for initiative
College of Letters and Science (ASIAN AMER ST)-GENERAL
Founding date(*REQUIRED)Date the initiative first took place. For events, this can be the same as the date the initiative took place, especially if it is a one-time event.
05/05/2021
Initiative mission statementGive a formal summary of the aims and values of the initiative or a live link
The #AtlantaSyllabus is a curated list of resources featuring voices and scholarship from Asian American Studies to help a broad audience better understand and contextualize the recent surge in anti-Asian violence. It discusses Asian American histories of immigration, stereotypes, discourses around disease and the COVID-19 pandemic, violence, gender issues, activism, resistance, and interracial solidarity.
Vision statementGive an aspirational description of what your initiative would like to achieve or accomplish in the mid-term or long-term future, or provide a live link
This syllabus points to the active role that Asian Americans have always played in asserting their own unique and intersectional identities, resisting dominant narratives, and fighting for liberation and justice. The list of works below is in no way exhaustive, but it is designed to spark a more informed and sustained conversation about the experiences of Asian Americans that builds from all of the hard work that has come before.
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Initiative Start DateThe date the initiative began this fiscal year
05/05/2021
Initiative end dateSelect the date the initiative ends this fiscal year
05/05/2021
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Community Building: Activism, Organizing, Community Outreach, Political
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Initiative Data for Fiscal Year:

FY-2021 Logistics(*REQUIRED)

Frequency

FrequencySelect the time period for measuring recurrence

One Time

Start Date(*REQUIRED)Select the date the initiative began this fiscal year

05/05/2021

End DateSelect the date the initiative ends this fiscal year

05/05/2021

Participants
(*REQUIRED)Number of people who participated in the initiative
300
(*REQUIRED)Indicate whether or not participants had to pay a fee to participate
No
Indicate whether the initiative is open to those that were not a part of the targeted audience
Yes

Population Served(*REQUIRED)Intended audience of initiative:

Community
Community: Underrepresented Minorities
Race
Asian-Other
Asian-Southeast (Cambodian, Vietnamese, Hmong, Laotian)
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

FY-2021 Contacts, Departments, and Sponsors(*REQUIRED)

Contact People
LL
Lori Lopez
Phone (608) 263-2976
Sponsors (People)
This fiscal year has no active person sponsors.
Organization Sponsors
This fiscal year has no active organization sponsors.
Affiliated Units
ASIAN AMER ST (College of Letters and Science)

FY-2021 General Information(*REQUIRED)

Goals

DescriptionGive a statement that describes the purpose or intent of what the initiative sets out to accomplish.

Provide educational resources to help contextualize the surge in anti-Asian violence in 2021

StatusSelect the current state of the goal at this time

Achieved