Asian Americans

Feminism, Family, and Confucianism in Asian America

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"Confucius and Women’s Rights: Chinese Americans, Feminism, and Power in Early 20th Century San Francisco," Prof. Lisa Mar, University of Maryland

Presenter2: 

"Family Sacrifices: Chinese American Neo-Confucianism," Prof. Russell Jeung, San Francisco State University

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Thu, 03/22/2012 - 16:00 to 17:30

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691 Barrows

FEMINISM, FAMILY, AND CONFUCIANISM IN ASIAN AMERICA

Confucius and Women’s Rights: Chinese Americans, Feminism, and Power in Early 20th Century San Francisco
Prof. Lisa Mar, 
University of Maryland

Inequalities in Health Status & Use of Social Services

speakers: 

Susan Ivey, Berkeley/UCSF Joint Medical Program
Julian Chow, Social Welfare

It is a well documented fact that racial minorities in the United States have been historically underrepresented with regard to access to employment opportunities, educational outcomes, and many other social aspirations.

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