Lisa Hirai Tsuchitani, former ISSI Graduate Fellow and now a faculty affiliate of ISSI's Asian American Research Center, has been selected by the Cal Alumni Association Board of Directors and the UC Berkeley Foundation Board of Trustees to receive the...Read more about Congratulations Lisa Hirai Tsuchitani
In an interview with Berkeley News on the occasion of his retirement, Michael Omi, faculty affiliate of ISSI, reflects on his career and the...Read more about How Asking Questions Can Lead to Empowering Others
But seriously, who? Because while it is Hispanic Heritage Month, the notion of a multiracial, multinational, pan-ethnic identity called "Hispanic" is a relatively recent and somewhat haphazard invention in the United States. This Code Switch episode features an...Read more about Who You Calling 'Hispanic'?
Khatharya Um, faculty affiliate of ISSI's Asian American Research Center, has profiled notable women faculty from the Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies Program for...Read more about Pioneering Women of the Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies Program
ISSI Graduate Fellow David Philoxene is a co-author of "Upsetting the (Schooling) set up: autoethnography as critical race methodology" in the International...Read more about Upsetting the (Schooling) Set Up
Over the last year, crimes against the Asian American and Pacific Islander population in America has increased by 146 percent. Many link the cause to the Trump administration's use of racist rhetoric when addressing the coronavirus crisis. In this CBS News article, Lok...Read more about The Painful History of Anti-Asian Hate Crimes in America
In this Berkeley News interview, Khiara Bridges, faculty affiliate of ISSI's Center for Ethnographic Research and Berkeley Center for Social Medicine, discusses how ...Read more about The Hidden Agenda in GOP Attacks on Critical Race Theory
This article in Teachers College Record, co-authored by Caleb Dawson, an ISSI Graduate Fellow, analyzes the arrangement of the Black student debt crisis and the...Read more about Racial Capitalism and the Black Student Loan Debt Crisis
Violence against the transgender, non-binary, and gender-nonconforming communities has continued to rise despite a broadening understanding of the experiences of these communities, with the year 2021 on track to being the deadliest in America. Berkeley News ...Read more about Why is Anti-Trans Violence on the Rise in America?
In this article, Travis Bristol, faculty affiliate of ISSI's Center for Research on Social Change, discusses how having Black and Latino...Read more about Four Ways to Get More Black and Latino Teachers in K-12 Public Schools
Asian Americans have the largest economic disparity of any group. This piece in Vox.com by Lok Siu, faculty affiliate of ISSI's Asian American Research Center, explains...Read more about Comic/Graphic Explainer on the Asian American Wealth Gap
Tolani Britton, faculty affiliate of ISSI's Center for Research on Social Change, was awarded a National Academy of Education/Spencer postdoctoral fellowship for her project "...Read more about Congratulations Tolani Britton
ISSI Advisory Committee member and ISSI's Center for Ethnographic Research faculty affiliate Jovan Lewis was one of five people appointed to...Read more about New Statewide Leadership Role for Jovan Lewis
Charles Briggs, Co-Chair of ISSI's Berkeley Center for Social Medicine, published a new book. In Unlearning: Rethinking Poetics, Pandemics, and the Politics...Read more about Unlearning: Rethinking Poetics, Pandemics, and the Politics of Knowledge