A Lot Like You

A Film by Eliaichi Kimaro


February 26, 2014

Mixed/Movement: Multiraciality, AAPI Organizing, & Identity Development

In its third #NotYourAsianSidekick Google Hangouts On Air, 18MillionRising will explore the ways multiracial identity impacts AAPI organizing and movement building. Panelists will discuss historical and contemporary successes and challenges related to the ways multiraciality disrupts and complicates racism and the racial construct.

We will also delve into what it means to be AAPI and multiracial; and how the unique experiences of multiracial AAPIs impacts interactions and coalitions between people of color.


Maile Arvin, Postdoctoral Fellow, UC Santa Cruz |@kithandkoko
Sharon Chang, Writer & Activist |@multiasianfams
Eliaichi Kimaro, Filmmaker, “A Lot Like You” |@elikimaro
Manissa McCleave Maharawal, Doctoral Candidate, CUNY Graduate Center
N’jaila Rhee, Journalist |@blasianbytch


Pakou Her, 18 Million Rising |@pakouher

Please join us for a thought-provoking conversation about the impacts of multiracial/mixed-race identity on AAPI organizing, movement building, and racial justice.

Watch it here: http://nyas.18millionrising.org/
Thursday, Feb 27 at 10amPT/11amCT/12pmET 


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