ECAASU has facilitated these workshops at conference and campus tours in the past. If you would like to see these workshops on your campus, or want more information about the presentations please contact Asian American Affairs Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Original Facilitators: Sequoia Rose and Priya Pandey
Affirmative Action isn't all just about quotas. In this workshop we will navigate thehistory and significance behind affirmative action, and how it has been continuously challenged throughout history. From the Bakke decision to Abigail Fisher, we will be looking at some common misconceptions on affirmative action policies, and what we can do to dismantle them and list students of color on campus. Affirmative Action isn't just about increasing representation on campuses, but also working to make sure that students of color feel safe and welcomed.
Trailblazers: Creating LeaderFULL Relationships
Original Facilitators: Kim Hoang, Melody Lam, and Alvyn Dimaculangan
Led by ECAASU National Board, this workshop is centered around building a strong and continuous pipeline of leaders for your organization that emphasizes honoring the past, living in the present, and preparing for the future of your organization. Our goal is to develop trailblazers by equipping the participants with the tools they will need to pave pathways and create leaderFULL communities for the sustainability as well as the short- and long-term success of their organization.
Student Mobilizing 101
Original Facilitators: Priya Pandey and Jillian Hammer
How should student organization respond to instances of racism on their campus? With on-campus protests happening across the country, from Mizzou to Yale to Princeton, it’s important for student organization to feel equipped to communicate with university administration and advocate for their rights as marginalized students. Mobilizing 101 covers crisis protocol, organizing fellow peers, and demanding that they be heard by their university administration.