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Asian American Studies

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Hope for the Future From Student Speaker

Commencement Honoree Leaves Legacy of Advocacy for Classmates

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"Stop Asian Hate" protest in Times Square

One Year After Atlanta Killings, Survey Shows Violence Against Asian Americans Persists

UMD Researcher Part of Team That Finds Continuing Hate Crimes Impact All Non-White Groups

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Getting the Party Started, USPS-Style

Postal Service’s Latest Birthday Stamp Designed by Student

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Memorial with flowers and "Stop Asian hate" signs

UMD Expert: Shootings Followed ‘Intensified Feeling of Anxiety’ in Asian American Communities

Professor Explains History of Anti-Asian Bias, Impact of Political and Economic Instability, and Importance of Reaching Across Racial Lines

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Comedian and writer Karen Chee peforms Friday at the Stamp Student Union to help mark the 20th anniversary of UMD's Asian American Studies program.

Comedic Identity

Late-night Writer, Stand-up Karen Chee’s Performance Marks Asian American Studies Anniversary

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Comedian Kal Penn appeared Thursday on campus to present an episode of his sitcom "Sunnyside" and discuss diversity and Asian American representation in the entertainment industry.

The ‘Sunnyside’ of Diversity on TV

Comedian Kal Penn Screens His New Sitcom, Discusses Why It's Important to Reflect Cultural Reality

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