Frank H. Wu: APIDA Heritage365 Celebration keynote speaker

Inter-Asian Council will be hosting guest speaker Frank H. Wu to kick off its Heritage365 APIDA Celebration! Wu is an amazing JHU alumnus and recently taught the extremely popular Intersession course Asian Americans & the Law, discussing the historical treatment of Asian Americans by the courts and government. Come out to learn more about Dr. Wu's path in life and his career in law, and get to know what future careers in APIDA activism and law will look like!

This event will take place on March 3 from 6 to 8 p.m. in Mergenthaler 111, so pull through for a wonderful time! This event is free and will be catered by Jia Home Catering.

Wu is currently a Distinguished Professor at UC Hastings, at which he has also previously served as the chancellor and dean, and he was the first APIDA professor to teach at Howard Law School and serve as dean of Wayne State University Law School. In addition to these academic achievements, Wu has published several books discussing APIDA identity and their influences within the American context and the larger society including Yellow: Race in America Beyond Black and White.