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Asian American Studies
Amador Hall,
Phone Number:(916) 278-5856
California State University, Sacramento 95819

Dr. Timothy Fong, Program Director

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Ethnic Studies
*Asian American
*Native American
*Pan African

Asian & Pacific Islander Americans

"Asian and Pacific Islander Americans in Sacramento: A Community Profile, 2000 and Beyond"
-By Profs. Timothy P. Fong and Greg Kim-Ju.

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Photo: CSUS Faculty & Exec. VP Joseph Sheley with Hong Kong CSUS Alumni
Ethnic Studies faculty thanked Sac State alumni at Hong Kong and started the first Sac State alumni meeting group. Accompaning Dr. Gregory Mark and Ethnic Studies faculty were Executive Vice President Joseph Sheley, SSIS Acting Associate Dean Lakshmi Malroutu, Counselor Education Chair Dr. Bernadette Halbrook, and Womens Studies Chair Dr.Rita Cameron-Wedding. July 2005, New World Center, Hong Kong.

COLLOQUIUM, SSIS College & Ethnic Studies presented "Building Innovative Community Partnerships: The Ethnic Studies Model." 12-2 pm, Monday, 11 April 2005. The public is invited to a University-wide colloquium on our nationally recognized service-learning and community collaboration partnership. Our program has been featured on Fox 40 News and KCRA Channel 3. FREE & open to the public. Flyer available for download (click here)..



PBS Documentary
Previewed at Sac State

Photo: Filipino Veterans
PBS Documentary: "An Untold Triumph: The Story of the 1st & 2nd Filipino Infantry Regiments, U.S. Army." Nationally broadcasted on PBS on May 2005. Previewed at University Union Ballroom, 4 p.m., Sunday, 17 November 2002. For more information contact the Multicultural Center.
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“Gold Mines in The Fields
(Las Minas de oro en los campos): The Working and Living Conditions of Agricultural Workers en el Valle de San Joaquin
," an exhibit featuring the photographs of Reuben Serna and Steven A. Montalvo, National Hispanic Heritage Month, various times, Monday - Sunday, University Library, first and second floors. (916) 278-6101. Continues to Oct. 30. For more information contact the Multicultural Center or CAMP.