Hua Hsu & Jeff Chang
Hua Hsu (The New Yorker) and Jeff Chang (We Gon' Be Alright) take on a set of urgent questions: how is it that, as American culture becomes increasingly 'colorized,', its politics get increasingly polarized in terms of black and white? What are the roots of this divide? Where do Asian-Americans fit in? And how might a Berkeley education (both Hsu and Chang are Cal alums) set up a writer to see the faultlines of this terrain? Scott Saul (English) moderates the live discussion in an event sponsored by Art of Writing.