Asian Americans are never told that they have the capacity to be a leader. We are told what a leader is by capitalism, white supremacy and masculinity. In this lecture, Chung will attempt to introduce a new perspective of leadership, one especially relevant to Asian Americans, by talking about his experiences as a leader at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He will back up his strategies and perspectives with Taoist and Anarchist philosophies.
This event is part of APIAutumn 2017 at UNC-Chapel Hill. It is sponsored by the Carolina Asia Center. Asian/Pacific Islander American Autumn aims to strengthen UNC-Chapel Hill’s pan-APIA community and promote the learning of APIA issues through a united celebration of cultures, heritages and identities.