Tri-College Asian Student Conference: The Seen and Unseen – Apr 16&17
Posted by Haverford College on March 30, 2021
Tri-CASC 2021 serves as a forum in which we ask ourselves how API/A identities are both hyper visible and invisible. We hope to nurture the community healing that is essential to our liberation from histories of oppression and strive to create a framework that allows for multifaceted intersectional conversations that aim to dismantle social constructions so that we may redefine our own identities.
2021 Conference Theme: The Seen and Unseen
Our second annual conference, “The Seen and Unseen,” aims to continue the ongoing dialogue around the Asian, Pacific Islander, Asian American, and Pacific Islander American (API/A) identities. Tri-CASC 2021 serves as a forum in which we ask ourselves how API/A identities are both hyper visible and invisible. By examining how we perceive ourselves, how others perceive us, and how the broader structures in which we are placed influence us, we encourage attendees to reflect on the ways that our experiences and history influence our narratives.
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