When my son, who we all call Little Brother, was in fifth or sixth grade, he was having trouble getting his homework done. So in order to get him to sit at a desk where I could keep an eye on him, I started taking him with me to the evening class that I was team teaching at the University of Michigan. I thought that I could just park him at the back of the classroom with his math book and papers, and he could quietly work on his homework without disturbing anybody. It never occurred to me that he would find an upper division university course on Asian American and Pacific Islander civil rights interesting.
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Friday, October 22, 2021
1990 Institute Newsletter Vol 1 Issue 19 How will ethnic studies and Asian American studies affect my child?
1990 Institute Newsletter Vol 1 Issue 19 Oct 22, 2021 asks How will ethnic studies and Asian American studies affect my child?
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