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Join Julia Shizuyo Popham, doctoral student in CU Boulder's Department of Comparative Ethnic Studies and team member for CU Boulder's Center for Humanities & the Arts (CHA), for a presentation on Asian American history and Asian American and Pacific Islander identities at the Lafayette Public Library on Thursday, May 25, at 6:30 p.m. Tote bags will be available (first come, first served, while supplies last).

Tote Bags:
The tote bags will include tools to help people learn about Asian American history and identity, with the purpose of creating more inclusive communities for AAPI Americans and stopping anti-Asian racism. 

AAPI tote bag content

Each tote bag will contain:

Each tote bag includes two titles from the following selection of books:

  • Asian American Histories of the United States by Catherine Ceniza Choy (Beacon Press, 2022)
  • Like Water: A Cultural History of Bruce Lee by Daryl Joji Maeda (NYU Press, 2022)
  • Habitat Threshold by Craig Santos Perez (Omnidawn, 2020)
  • The Sense of Wonder: A Novel by Matthew Salesses’s (Little, Brown and Company, 2023)
  • This is One Way to Dance: Essays by Sejal Shah (University of Georgia Press, 2020)
  • On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous by Ocean Vuong (Penguin Books, 2021)

Find more books celebrating AAPI (Asian American and Pacific Islander) Month in the Lafayette Public Library catelog

Hosted by the Lafayette Public Library; free and welcome to all.

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