Jeff Chang

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Jeff Chang


Jeff Chang ...lives in Berkeley, California. From Honolulu, Hawaii. Executive Director of the Institute for Diversity in the Arts at Stanford and author of the newly launched book We Gon’ Be Alright.

Married to Lourdes Chang.

Student activist

In 1993 Scott Kurashige was a student activist, and graduate student in Asian Studies at the UOC, Los Angeles. He contributed an article to Freedom Road Socialist Organization's Forward Motion March/April edition, with assistance from George Cheng, and Jeff Chang.

Student activists Berkley

Jeff Chang April 26, 1989

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THIS. 25 YEARS. Fam, please tag!!!! Also...Alfonso Salazar, Guillermo Rodriguez, Mark Min, Marco Firebaugh (RIP)... — with Elias Serna (over shoulder), Kimberly Papillon, Kimberly Papillon, Bren Gallegos, Angela Acosta-Salazar, Jimmy Herron Zamora, Rosalee Gonzalez, Elisha Miranda, Juana Garcia Nesta, John A. Perez, Gokusen Bendana, Guillermo Marin Ruiz, Edward Leroy Espinoza, Sumi Cho, Ana Lilia Barraza, Martha Torres, Ivette Iraheta, Marcos Estrada, Martha Elena Altamirano-Cervantes, Martin Flores, Frances Garcia, Angelica Barraza, Joe Filoso Huitzilopochtli, Rocio Toriz, Jerry Williams, Alison Genie Pineda, David Palumbo-Liu, Jose David Saldivar, Wilson C. Chen, Viet Nguyen, Elias Serna, Lalo Alcaraz, Rowena Robles, Fatima Angeles, Da Amboy, Davey D Cook, Katrina Koh, Kathleen Coll, Edward Yu, Phil Ting, Michael I. Berry, Rickey Vincent, Nolan Jones, Liam Kernell, Juliana Chang, Sheri Dunn Berry, Elaine Kim and Kathleen M. Newman at UC Berkeley Graduate Assembly.

Progressives for Obama

In 2009 Jeff Chang was listed[1]as a signer of the Progressives for Obama website-Author, 'Can't Stop, Won't Stop'

Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program

Jeff Chang is an alumni of the Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program.[2]

Democracy in Color podcast

The Democracy in Color podcast, hosted by Aimee Allison, features today’s best and brightest political political leaders, strategists and thinkers of the New American Majority. We’ve featured Senator Cory Booker; Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal; San Francisco Supervisor Jane Kim, Stockton, California Mayor Michael Tubbs; BART Director Lateefah Simon; writer Eric Liu; #Goodmuslimbadmuslim co-host Tanzila Ahmed; New Yorker writer Jelani Cobb, and writers Rebecca Solnit and Jeff Chang, among many others. Ellen McGirt, editor of Fortune magazine’s raceAhead, calls it: "The smartest podcast on race I've found in ages. Listen and grow.".[3]

Movement Voter Project Advisory Board

Movement Voter Project Advisory Board members, as of January 24, 2018 included Jeff Chang.[4]

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