Frances Kai-Hwa Wang
writer, editor, speaker, educator, activist
Adventures in Multicultural Living
Multicultural Toolbox Online
Becoming Badass APA Women
Frances Kai-Hwa Wang is a second-generation Chinese American from California who now divides her time between Michigan and the Big Island of Hawaii. She has worked in philosophy, journalism, anthropology, international development, nonprofits, and small business start-ups. She writes about Asian American and multicultural issues for New America Media's Ethnoblog, Chicagoistheworld.org, InCultureParent.org, Japanese American Citizens League's PacificCitizen.org, Voices of Adoption at RainbowKids.com, and more. She was arts and culture editor of IMDiversity.com Asian-American Village for many years, she writes a nationally syndicated column, "Adventures in Multicultural Living," and she was formerly Executive Director and Advisory Board member of American Citizens for Justice, the civil rights nonprofit founded after the baseball bat beating death of Vincent Chin. She team-teaches Asian/Pacific Islander American History and the Law at the University of Michigan and the University of Michigan Dearborn. She also teaches writing and is a popular speaker on Asian Pacific American, multicultural, social justice, and social media issues.
Check out her blog at franceskaihwawang.blogspot.com for her most recent articles and activities. You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+. She is available to consult as well as to speak at your conferences, teacher workshops, parenting seminars, school assemblies, diversity workshops, leadership trainings, and more.
Contact Frances Kai-Hwa Wang at fkwang888 AT gmail DOT com.
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