Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
May 1-31, 2021
This May, LMU honors Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month by celebrating the community on and off the bluff.
Honoring the Class of 2021
Nguyen serves on a legislative team focused on issues affecting the Asian American and Pacific Islander community.
In Six Words
The LMU’s Anti-Racism Project’s In Six Words series gets to the heart of our community’s struggles and fight against the unjust and unequal experiences that plague our society, in hopes of sparking conversation, understanding, and empathy. As we seek to eradicate Anti-Asian bias, May stories will spotlight the perspectives and experiences of the Asian American and Pacific Islander community.
Image: Dorothea Lange, 1942
Reading Room: Celebrating the Work of Our Faculty
The Coiled Serpent: Poets Arising from the Cultural Quakes and Shifts of Los Angeles
by Daniel A. Olivas, Neelanjana Banerjee, and Ruben J. Rodriguez
Internal Alchemy: Self, Society, and the Quest for Immortality
by Robin Wang and Livia Kohn
Turning a liability into an asset of foreignness: Managing informal networks in Korea
by Jong Min Lee , Yongsun Paik,, Sven Horak, Inju Yang
Convergence in International Business Ethics? A Comparative Study of Ethical Philosophies, Thinking Style, and Ethical Decision-Making Between US and Korean Managers
by Yongsun Paik, Jong Min Lee, Yong Suhk Pak
Podcast: “Setting the Captives Free: Yuri Kochiyama and her Lifelong Fight against Unjust Imprisonment,” Feb. 28, 2019
Guest Grace Kao