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Want to know more about MAASU?


This video highlights the annual MAASU Conference and the great work that is happening to facilitate Asian American student leaders in the midwest! And out own Shane Carline and Lester Manzano have cameos! MAASU just completed their Spring Conference at the University of Michigan – also for more info go to:

More about MAASU: The Midwest Asian American Students Union is a 501(c)(3) non-for profit organization that was started in response to a need for political unity among Asian American students in the Midwest. By 1990, there were more than 20 universities in the Midwest that had formed Asian Pacific Islander American (APIA) organizations. Some had been around for years; some were in their infancy. Students felt there needed to be an organization that would support the growth of these organizations and organize APIA students in the Midwest for political activism, and MAASU was formed to fill this responsibility. MAASU works to recognize the needs of the APIA community by assisting schools with the establishment of APIA student organizations, promoting leadership among students, addressing educational needs and rights of the APIA community, and developing a channel of communication among APIA student organizations in the Midwest.

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