TAASCON 2018 Registration Form

This year, the Triangle-Area Asian American Student Conference (TAASCON) will center on the theme of Resisting, Reclaiming, Reconciling. TAASCON 2018 will take place late Friday afternoon, April 6th, to Saturday evening, April 7th, at Duke University.

While TAASCON is free to attend, it is strongly recommended that students register as soon as possible.

The theme for TAASCON 2018 is Resisting, Reclaiming, Reconciling. There comes a time in many of our lives when we begin to resist the pressures imposed upon us by society as well as question the validity of our own actions onto other marginalized groups. But through this process, we start to reclaim our identities and cultivate a community built around empathy, compassion, and change. And only by delving into and reconciling with our histories -- coming to terms with not only our oppressions, but also our privileges -- can we begin to understand our anger, our empowerment, and everything in between.

Resisting: the oppressions we receive and impose
Reclaiming: the identities we discover and develop
Reconciling: the histories we experience and learn

Learn more at our website: https://taascon.org/

More about TAASCON:
Founded in 2011 by the three major universities of North Carolina’s Research Triangle (Duke University, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University), the Triangle-Area Asian American Student Conference (TAASCON) brings together students from all over the state. As an annual conference with workshops, keynote speakers, and more, TAASCON provides a platform for individuals to actively address issues relevant to the Asian American community and cultivate the next steps to initiate social change.

Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google.