Already in 2016, We Too Sing America community conversations have occurred on campuses like the University of Berkeley, Towson University, the University of Mississippi, and the University of Texas, at bookstores like Booksmith in San Francisco, and at community centers like the Asian American Resource Center (Austin), the Nashville Public Library, Asian Americans for Equality, the Ursuline Arts Center (Louisville) and the Sri Ganesha Temple (Nashville).
Here’s a list of upcoming conversations in April. Please spread the word and join us! If you’d like to convene a conversation at your place of worship, with your youth group, on campus, or at your community center or local library, please email me at email@example.com.
We Too Sing America Book Tour (APRIL 2016)
(please click on links for more information or contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
*April 5, Washington DC at the Potter’s House (7PM), hosted by the Advancement Project, South Asian Americans Leading Together and Many Languages, One Voice
*April 6, NYC, Ford Foundation conversation about Steve Phillips’ book, Brown is the New White
*April 11 in Wilmington, Delaware, hosted by South Asian Bar Association of Delaware (contact email@example.com for information)
*April 12 in New York City, in conversation hosted by the Asian American Federation, with Kermit Roosevelt, Chris Kwok and Arun Venugopal
*April 27 in Philadelphia, hosted by the South Asian Bar Association of Philadelphia
*May Sneak Peek! Join me, Hina Shamsi of the ACLU and Linda Sarsour of MPower Change for a conversation hosted by the Asian American Writers Workshop and the South Asian Bar Association of New York on May 5th in NYC!