Fall 2022 Newsletter
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Happy Holidays to everyone!
The deadline for the Xiao Award of Outstanding Rhetorical Research has been extended until Sunday, September 4 at midnight.
2022 Call for Awards
Dear ACCS members,
As we approach NCA 2022, ACCS award nominations are now open! Please click here to view the call.
The deadline for all award nominations is midnight of Friday, August 19, 2022.
Dr. Liang (Lindsay) Ma
The Hong Kong Forum in June 2022
Fall 2021 Newsletter
Many thanks go to Dr. Andrew Gilmore for preparing the Fall 2021 newsletter!
2021 NCA Award Nomination Extension
The ACCS award nomination deadline has been extended until August 31, 2021.
2021 Newsletter Call
Dear ACCS Members,
I hope this message finds you all well.
We are preparing our summer 2021 newsletter and are seeking any news, information, or other content that’d you like to share with our community.
Do you have any good news you want to share? For example:
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· Awards and honors
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Please send anything you have to me (email@example.com) by Saturday July 31, 2021.
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2021 Call for Award Nominations
Please consider nominating a fellow scholar for an award.
For information, click here.
Association for Chinese Communication Studies
Statement Condemning anti-Asian Hatred and Violence
We are shocked and saddened, angered and enraged by the shootings in Atlanta including the killing of eight people and targeting of six women of Asian descent. We grieve with the families and communities across America and internationally, that are affected by this tragic and senseless act of hatred and violence. From March 19, 2020 to February 28, 2021, the Stop AAPI Hate Reporting Center received reports of 3,795 incidents of discrimination, which represents only a fraction of the actual hate, harassment, and violence the AAPI community is suffering.
We stand firmly in solidarity with our AAPI brothers and sisters and allies across America—that have already demonstrated in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Pittsburg, San Francisco, Seattle, Washington D.C.—and beyond with the international community and global allies that continue to fight against systematic and everyday injustices including the fight against anti-Asian hate-filled violence, misogyny, xenophobia, sexual discrimination, harassment, and abuse.
As a scholarly association committed to the advancement of Chinese Communication Studies, we cannot remain silent on this issue. Silence means tolerance and acquiescence, and may possibly invite more, and worse, hate-filled violence—it is time to STOP the targeted racism, misogyny, cis-gendered heteronormativity, and xenophobia that has so often been taken for granted or altogether ignored. Targeted and organized attacks on our community must be addressed by the establishment that works invisibly to set conditions that reproduce those systems of discrimination, marginalization, and oppression.
As an Association made up of intersectional voices and international positionalities, we strongly condemn anti-Asian racism, hate, and harassment, targeted violence, misogyny, xenophobia, dehumanization, discrimination, and abuse. As scholars, educators, and members of the multicultural and international community, we must continue making efforts to speak out collectively and advocate as allies against the resurgence of hatred and violence, including eradicating all types of hate-filled violence that is racially motivated, xenophobic, and sexually driven. We must do so at both the local and national, international and global levels, to deconstruct and change the systems that reproduce ignorance, prejudice, injustice, and oppression.
The shootings in Atlanta are the latest indicator of the crisis beyond the scope of one event, one community, one city, and one nation. This sweeping resurgence across America is symptomatic of the systematic racism deeply rooted in and reproduced by the governmental, legal, educational, and mediated systems, networks, and organizations. We call on our local, national, and global leaders across government, legal, education, and media institutions to act NOW—to address the shootings in Atlanta a hate crime, to raise resources for the needs of AAPI communities, to challenge anti-AAPI racism, and to eradicate all types of hate-filled violence. We stand in solidarity with the AAPI community, committed to using our scholarly platform to advocate for justice and enacting change, to Educate, Learn, Support, and Participate.