Join us in making history at Carolina, where the only space reserved for Asian American identities is a single shelf in Davis Library. Since 1994, Asian American student activism aimed at changing this reality has gone unrecognized by the University. It’s time to change this. In 2019, students spoke, saying an Asian American Center would best serve Asian American identities on campus. Since then, the UNC-CH Office of the Provost has endorsed the campaign and we’ve raised over $400,000 towards a Center. We can make our dreams a reality – we just need your help.
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Our Story: A message from Eugene Lao on the need for an Asian American Center at UNC-Chapel Hill.
What Does It Mean To Be Asian American at UNC-Chapel Hill?