WE ENGAGE STUDENTS

ALPHA Education provides students with academic and artistic opportunities both in and outside of school to engage in the history of WWII in Asia as a way to explore core questions about self and others, humanity, social justice, and global citizenship.

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Asian Heritage Month

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iHistory Meets Humanity

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Camp PULSE

** If you are a student or educator who wants to know how to participate in any of the above programs,

send us an email at info@alphaeducation.org.

The Oral History Project: Voices Otherwise Unheard

2018 Winner - Interview of Tooraj Yousefi

By Bayview Students Armita, Stephanie, Angela, and Victoria

Tooraj Yousefi is a Kurdish university professor currently teaching at Ryerson University. In this interview, he provides viewers with a detailed account of his personal experiences growing up during the Iran-Iraq war as a teenager, and the impediment he faces as a student under these conditions. He vividly illustrates the gruesome atrocities of war and how it affects the lives of people around him.

Live Well Take Action

After-school program that aims to enhance the lives of East Asian youth by fostering civic participation and greater awareness in positive well-being.