Who's Teaching Us Records, 2014-2016
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- Who's Teaching Us.
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- ["Includes white paper and list of demands."]
- Student movements.
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- Who's Teaching Us Records (SC1296). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.
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- Transferred by Who's Teaching Us, 2016.
- Who’s Teaching Us (WTU) was started by the Stanford Asian American Activism Committee (SAAAC) in 2014 when the Stanford English Department denied tenure to Professor Stephen Hong Sohn, a queer Asian American scholar with a vital mentorship role in the community. Members of SAAAC recognized that what happened to Professor Sohn was commonplace for professors from underrepresented backgrounds, and formed this cross-community coalition to address this injustice.
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