Community clubs are social groups that foster community-building and supportive environments.
The AAJIL Book Club focuses on reading books that concern intersectional justice.
All are welcome!
Meetings: Every other Saturday (March 6-May 29) from 1:00-2:30pm PST
Coordinated by Tony Liu
How Much of These Hills is Gold - C. Pam Zhang
How to be an Antiracist - Ibram X. Kendi
From a Native Daughter - Haunani-Kay Trask
Minor Feelings - Cathy Park Hong
On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous - Ocean Vuong
Through AAJIL's Film/TV club, participants will be able to meet virtually to watch and discuss various films and shows. At the beginning of each month, participants will be encouraged to suggest any films or shows to screen and discuss as a group afterwards.
Meetings: First & third Saturday of the month at 6pm PST (until end of March)
Led by Ryan Bounphasayol
A Brighter Summer Day (dir. Edward Yang)
A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (dir. Ana Lily Amirpour)
The Wailing (dir. Na Hong-Jin)
Yi Yi (dir. Edward Yang)
Canvas (dir. Frank E. Abney III)
Counterfeit Kunkoo (dir. Reema Sengupta)
Brotherhood (dir. Meryam Joobeur)
A Love Song for Latasha (dir. Sophia Nahli Allison)
Jáaji Approx. (dir. Sky Hopinka)
Antiracist Parenting Group
The Antiracist Parenting Group will offer a safe and supportive space for participants to learn about and discuss antiracism from an Asian American parenting lens. We hope all who join will feel encouraged to share about topics of interest, experiences, insights, questions, and/or resources within the group.
Meetings: Third Wednesday of the month from 4-5pm PST (until June 2021)
Led by Susannah Kandikatti & Adrienne Esguerra
We unfortunately will be postponing all our hiking events until California's restrictions are lifted and it's safe for us to gather again. In the meantime, we hope everyone is staying safe and healthy!