For the final installment of the Processing These Times: Cure/ation and Creation workshop series, join the AAPI Studies Working group and the Asian American Feminist Collective for an interactive discussion and workshop on media practices and narratives that shape our politics. Members of the collective will introduce participants to different creative forms for feminist community building and political education; discuss our orientations and connections to Asian American feminism, and engage in collective media-making.
The Asian American Feminist Collective engages intersectional feminist politics grounded within communities of those with East, Southeast, and South Asian; Pacific Islander; and multiethnic and diasporic Asian identities. The collective seeks to foster dialogue that explores the intersections of Asian/American identity with issues of social justice in order to build toward collective liberation. They continue to interrogate and define the Asian-American feminist movement through media-making, creative practices, and political education workshops.
Salonee Bhaman (she/her) is a scholar and historian who writes, thinks, and teaches about work, housing, care-giving, sexuality, and immigration. She is currently a PhD Candidate in the Department of History at Yale University. She also leads historic walking tours of NYC.
Julie Ae Kim (she/her) is a Queens raised community organizer and writer. She works in local politics and focuses on issues of gender, immigration, and Asian America. She served as one of the lead organizers in the initial Asian American Feminism event series. Twitter: @julieaekim
Rachel Kuo (she/her) writes about race, technology, and social movements. She is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for Information, Technology, and Public Life at the University of North Carolina. Twitter: @rachelkuo
Senti Sojwal (she/her) is an India born, NYC-bred reproductive justice advocate and feminist organizer. She works at Planned Parenthood of NYC, runs the Feministing Five interviews column, and has a MPH in women's and reproductive health from NYU. Twitter: @senti_narwal.
Tiffany Diane Tso (she/her) is a freelance journalist and producer. Her writing focuses on topics surrounding culture, identity, art and advocacy. She has been published in Slate, Refinery29, Feministing and more. Twitter: @tiffanydian
This series is made possible with generous support from the Provostial Fund for Arts and Humanities and from Christine Yano and Neal Adolph Akatsuka, authors of Straight A's: Asian American College Students in Their Own Words.