Join the CHSA Community for a roundtable discussion of topics that impact our community on the second Wednesday of each month! Moderated by Janice Hom, these online discussions help us keep the community united during the time apart.
This month’s conversation will focus on Asian American Media Representation. What kinds of roles do you usually see Asian or Asian American actors play on TV and in film? What roles do Asian Americans have in American pop culture? And why is representation important? Join us on April 14 to discuss some of your favorite and least favorite media with these questions in mind. Learn more about the discussion and register here.
Can’t make this one? Stay tuned for more information about our upcoming discussions:
- May 12th: Asian-American & Pacific Islander History Month
Participation: Our Roundtables are interactive events. We encourage everyone to check that your microphones and cameras are working so that you can engage in the discussion. Space is limited to encourage participation among attendees.
Registration & Access Information: Access information, as well as potential discussion questions, will be emailed to registered participants 24 hours and 30 minutes prior to the start of the Roundtable.
Past Roundtable topics have included:
- Chinese New Year
- Literature by Asian and Asian American Authors
- Cooking and Eating Out During the Pandemic
- Asian and Asian American Films
- Civil Right and Showing Solidarity
- Autumn Moon Festival
- Traveling during the Pandemic
Interested in submitting a topic? Please contact CHSA with a brief description of the topic and 3-4 discussion questions at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Community Roundtable.”