The A/P/A Institute at NYU and Asian American Writers’ Workshop are partnering to present an evening of critical reflection, with writers, scholars, and artists responding to Cha’s diverse body of work.
Public Talk and Forum at CUNY Grad Center: Building solidarity amongst movements that resist U.S. militarism.
Online magazine of progressive, radical and revolutionary Asian American perspectives.
A nationwide, free, bilingual (Spanish and English), antiwar newspaper.
Brings together workers across trades to fight for change in the workplace as well as in the community-at-large.
Olivia joined APF in November 2013. Her interests include: militarism and its impact on women; Asian Pacific Islander diaspora and the unique/shared struggles of people of color in the United States; and cultural work as a means of organizing and resistance. She is a transnational feminist and works with the NYC Chapter of AF3IRM.
Michelle works and plays in New York City. Her various occupations have included ethnographic research in Shanghai and coat-checking at a West Village jazz club. She is a regular contributor to Colorlines and In These Times, and her reporting and writing have also appeared in Ms., Newsday, Progressive Media Project, Women’s International Perspective, and her old zine, cain. She joined the APF Collective in 2010.
Naved Husain joined APF in December 2014. His interests include the connections between the war on terror, the war on drugs, the war on immigrants and the connections between these "wars" and finding the connections between the groups most impacted, in particular Muslims, African Americans, Latinos, and Asian Americans. Naved has a background in labor and community organizing in the Bay Area and is now currently based in the NYC/New Jersey metropolitan area.