APIDA Heritage Month

A dancing performance during JubilAsian

May is Asian American Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) Heritage Month, when the Northwestern community celebrates the diverse APIDA community on campus. The APIDA community on campus hosts a variety of speaker events, shows, workshops, and performances throughout the month. Those events can be found on the Northwestern Student Organization Event Calendar, available here: https://calendar.google.com/calendar?cid=YnVrMHY3cHBhbGtxc3VtbjljMGE3czcxZWdAZ3JvdXAuY2FsZW5kYXIuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbQ.

 

MSA will be hosting two additional events this month:

 

Tuesday, May 15th - Gender in the APIDA Community

Kresge 1515
5 - 6:30 PM

Panelists

- Charles Andrean, Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life; 

- Kanika Wadhwa, Women's Advocacy & Wellness Specialist from CAPS; 

- Professor Michelle Huang, Professor of English & Asian American Studies

More information coming soon!

 

Friday, May 25th - JubilAsian 2018: To Be Seen

Norris Louis Room
5 -7 PM

JubilAsian is MSA’s signature event, planned in partnership with students, celebrating May’s Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month. JubilAsian 2018: To Be Seen seeks to highlight the identities of the Northwestern APIDA community and recognize the impact of these students on our campus. We want to elevate the various forms of resistance that the Northwestern APIDA community expresses, whether it be through music, dance, art, food, dialogue, etc. We hope to showcase that any form of expression of our APIDA identity and culture is resistance to our white-dominated society, and want to celebrate our community’s visibility through this event.