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3 Things You Didn’t Know

How do you know if someone is Asian or Pacific Islander? Is it how squinty someone’s eyes are or which holidays they decide to celebrate? Because race is a social construct, it is like nailing jello to a wall to decide what qualifies someone to be from a certain race. Race is not fixed nor

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Introducing Asian American Studies Postdoctoral Fellow K. Anh Do

The Asian American Studies Program welcomes postdoctoral fellow Anh Do to the University of Maryland! Anh’s focus is on working with people to promote healthy families and communities by recognizing and developing their strengths.  She believes that every person deserves a healthy environment to live in and to thrive.  Anh brings an interdisciplinary perspective with her background in ethnic studies, psychology, and

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