M, 2021

18may4:00 pm5:00 pmImmigration - K-12 Asian American Curriculum Teacher Training WorkshopLive Virtual Event [4:00pm - 5:00pm PST]

Event Details

This event is hosted by The Asian American EDUcation Project.

Immigration for certain groups of people is not always welcomed to the United States. Barriers are often placed to bar and restrict certain groups of people, even in the present. The Immigration unit covers the contribution of Chinese Transcontinental Railroad workers, the Chinese Exclusion Act, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 which gave way to the passage of the Immigration Act of 1965 which led to Asian Americans to become the fastest growing population. This unit also covers the Southeast Asian refugees’ migration in the aftermath of the Vietnam War and the Asian American DREAMers. The workshop will explore the Immigration unit, the desire for immigrants to come to the United States and the past and present challenges they face. This unit also explores some of the past and present immigration policies, the motivation behind the creation of these policies, and their impact.

See more Asian American Curriculum Teacher Training Workshops.


may 18(tuesday) 4:00pm - may 18(tuesday) 5:00pm PST


Live Virtual Event [4:00pm-5:00pm PST]

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