News and Upcoming Events

"Precious Knowledge" Movie Screening and Discussion
November 13th, 2011 - 6:00pm-8:30pm at Cabot Auditorium
While state lawmakers attempt to ban Ethnic Studies in the Tucson Unified School District, disenfranchised students become activists and community leaders to fight back.

Save Ethnic Studies (saveethnicstudies.org) needs your support as they enter the Federal Courts to fight against Arizona and HB 2281. Suggested $5 donation.

Movie Trailer:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8CXCH99fNQ

Voices Concert ft. Mike Isberto
November 17th, 2011 - 9:00pm-10:30pm at Hotung Cafe
Tufts AAA is hosting a FREE concert featuring Mike Isberto and student performances by Hayes Peebles, Sam Cantor, and more!

Come join us at the Hotung Cafe for a night of acoustic music!

Mike Isberto is a fresh new talent that has broken into the singer/songwriter scene. Growing up in Southern California, music has always been a huge part of his life. With influences ranging from folk artists James Taylor and Bob Dylan, to soul legends Otis Redding and Boyz II Men, to rap icons Tribe Called Quest. His eclectic love for music has shaped his style, and brings a whole new sound to folk music. At a recent show, a first time listener stated, "this isn't your typical folk or even pop; this is soul-folk, and I honestly love it. And I love how he just broke out into freestyle in the middle of his set. It was entertaining to say the least." (mikeisberto.com)


Opportunities

Voices Literary Magazine Call for Submissions!
Voices deadline for the next issue is December 12th, 2011!! This year's theme is Color Outside the Lines. If you have questions or want to submit any creative pieces or artwork to Voices, please send an email to aaavoiceslitmag@gmail.com. We look forward to hearing from you!

About Tufts Asian American Alliance

OUR MISSION is to bring all members of the Tufts community together by fostering an environment for instituting political changes concerning Asians and Asian Americans, enhancing social interactions among all students, and creating a better understanding of Asian and Asian American identity at Tufts