Kim Geron is an Associate Professor of Political Science at California State University East Bay and is the Vice-President of the California Faculty Association, the union representing more than 24,000 professors, coaches, counselors, and librarians in the 23 campus California State University system. He teaches and writes about public policy issues including labor and immigration, and racial politics. His latest book is entitled, The Snake Dance of Asian American Activism: Community, Vision, and Power, published in 2008. He is the Alameda County Chapter President of APALA.
Kim Geron received his BA in Labor Studies at California State University, Dominguez Hills in 1992 and PhD in Political Science at University of California, Riverside in 1998.
"A call to build an organization for the 1990s and beyond"
Unity, January 28 1991, issued a statement "A call to build an organization for the 1990s and beyond" on pages 4 to 6.
He was also guest editor of that edition of Unity.
AA Movement group
Eric Mar, May 1, 1998.
More on the history of the AA Movement group - http://apimovement.com/history/radical-resistance-conservative-times-new-asian-american-organizations-1 — with Emily P. Lawsin, Kathy Masaoka, Mark Masaoka, Glenn Omatsu, George McKinney, D Rikio Mooko, Ryan Suda, Kim Geron, SunHyung Lee, Kye Liang, Scott Kurashige and Michael Liu at UCLA Asian American Studies Center.
"The Snake Dance"
Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance
PowerPac+ Board of Directors
- Charlotte Chang
- Chyanne Chen
- Kim Geron
- Stacy Kono
- Kimi Lee
- Katie Yue-Sum Li
- Arthur Liou
- Eric Shih
- Pam Tau Lee