Below is a compilation of AARC resources and an online, multimedia syllabus that our staff has put together. We publish it in the hope that it will serve as a useful introduction to various issues affecting our communities.
Though our staff is constantly updating it as we happen upon new resources, it reflects several gaps in our own knowledge. Please contact us if there is anything you think that we should remove or add at email@example.com.
AARC on Social Media
- AARCivist Twitter
- AARCivist Instagram
- AARC Facebook
- STEP (Saturday Tongan Education Program): Facebook Page
- Rise Up!: Facebook Page
- AAPI Communities of the Inland Empire – oral histories of Asian American and Pacific Islanders in the Inland Empire
- Social Documentation & Asian Americans (ASAM86) Course Video Channel – Student Works & Voices of AAPI Experiences
- AARC Timelines – student-created timelines to preserve the history of AARC and other 5C AAPI student activism through the years.
- Pomona College
- Claremont McKenna College
- APAM (Asian Pacific American Mentoring Program) : firstname.lastname@example.org
- Pitzer College
- APAC (Asian Pacific American Coalition)
- CAPAS (Center for Asian Pacific American Students)
- Scripps College
- Harvey Mudd College
- Intercollegiate Resources
5C AAPI EXPERIENCES
- “Model Minority Mutiny: AAPI Activism at the Claremont Colleges” by Teofanny Saragi PO’18, Esther Cheung PO’17, and Mabel Kyinn SCR’16
- “Breaking Bodies, Healing Waves,” a zine created by AAMP and AARC in Spring 2018
- “Looking Back: 5C APIDA Activism” by AARC Production Committee, Fall ’18
Click here for timelines created by AARC Interns throughout the years.
Click here to see links to various online resources, starting with breakdowns of privilege and Asian American histories and working up through the vast diversity of APIA experiences. Information on:
- Muslim AAPIS, Native Hawaiians, Pacific Islanders, and Other Indigenous Peoples, South Asians / South Asian Americans, Southeast Asians / Southeast Asian Americans
- Disability Justice, Fatphobia, Addressing Anti-Blackness, LGBTQIA Issues, Cultural Appropriation
- Undocumented AAPIs, Low-Income and Working Class AAPIs, AAPI Survivors, Incarcerated AAPIs, Mixed AAPIs, AAPI womxn / Feminism