Episode 1: Introducing DEI
SUMMARY: In the first episode of Tiger Talk, Victoria Yeh (‘16) and Keva Bui (‘13) introduce and explain important terms such as diversity, equity, inclusion, and intersectionality. Keva discusses their experiences as a student activist at Dartmouth, and their current experience teaching Asian American history, gender, sexuality, and ethnic studies classes at UC San Diego. The audience will get a basic understanding of these crucial terms, and how DEI work can better the college experience for historically marginalized students.
Keva X. Bui (they/them) graduated from TAS in 2013, and attended Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, where they studied English, and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Keva is now a PhD candidate at UC San Diego, where they research and teach about Asian American history, gender/sexuality studies, and ethnic studies. Keva served as the student coordinator for Pan Asian Community and on the LGBTQIA+ Leadership Board at Dartmouth, and has been a passionate advocate for establishment of ethnic studies programs, faculty diversity, and Black Lives Matter. Keva also served as the alumni representative on the TAS JEDI task force. They currently serve on the Board of Directors for the Association for Asian American Studies.