Library and Office of Multicultural Affairs collaborate on exhibition

Syracuse University Library and the Office of Multicultural Affairs are proud to present an exhibit about anti-Asian hate crimes. In recognition of the anniversary of the 1997 “Denny’s Incident”, the student-curated exhibit aims to educate the Syracuse community about the complex historical and cultural contexts that have produced anti-Asian messages and crimes in the United States. The exhibit will be displayed on the lower level of Bird Library from April 11 – May 15, 2011.
Join us for the exhibit unveiling in Bird Library’s Peter Graham Scholarly Commons on April 11 at 4:00 p.m.. Guest speaker Helen Gym, who was recently named the Philadelphia Inquirer’s “Citizen of the Year” for her work in education, immigration, and community activism, will take part in the event.
This program was funded by Chancellor’s Feinstone Grants for Multicultural Initiatives.
For more information, contact Tina Chan at tschan01@syr.edu or 443-9870.
Photo credit: The Daily Orange





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