Asian American Resource Workshop records
The materials in this collection document the AARW’s civil rights activism for Asian Americans, anti-violence efforts, creation of Asian American curriculum and educational resources, and promotion of Asian American artistic and cultural exhibitions, festivals, and workshops and includes documentation on the SafetyNet Violence Prevention Project and the Sticky Rice Project (Uniting Asian Americans through Anti-racist Education), Board meeting minutes, newsletters, calendars, grant applications, APA directories, financial statements, budgets, programs, invitations, photographs, reports, documentaries produced by AARW, the Asian American Comic Book, and a banner. The collection is unprocessed. Incorporated in Boston in 1979, the Asian American Resource Workshop (AARW) empowers the Asian American community and offers services and programs to address the community’s needs and to promote Asian American culture. 93/6-8 (Archives Annex)
SafetyNet case files are restricted for 75 years unless researchers have written permission from the Asian American Resource Workshop; the rest of the collection is unrestricted.
Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the University Archivist.
- ca. 1980-2011
58.70 cubic feet (58.7 cubic feet in 56 record center cartons, 2 manuscript boxes, 1 medium newspaper box, and 1 oversize record center carton.)