Rising Up: A Racial Injustice Youth Workshop | F.O.R.
YURI developed an online workshop in July 2020 to help high school youth unpack anti-Asian racism and its connection to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Curriculum for MISSION U.S. | The WNET Group
Mission US is a series of historical games developed by The WNET Group. YURI developed educational materials to accompany their newest game, Prisoner in My Homeland.
Reading Guide | This Is My Brain in Love by I.W. Gregorio
YURI compiled and edited an educator's guide for I.W. Gregorio's newest YA novel, This Is My Brain In Love (Little, Brown and Company Books for Young Readers).
Teachers' Guide | Exclusion: The Presidio's Role in World War II Japanese American Incarceration
YURI created a teachers' guide to support the San Francisco Presidio Officers’ Club Special Exhibition, Exclusion: The Presidio's Role in World War II Japanese American Incarceration.
Asian America: "Who Will We Be?" Workshop | F.O.R.
This workshop developed for teens in F.O.R., a junior sports association for Asian American youth in South Bay Los Angeles, CA, to help them decide on personal and community goals.
Education Materials for PBS' The Asian Americans | WETA
YURI worked with PBS member station WETA to edit and publish educational resources for the 5-hour film series, The Asian Americans.
Lessons and Activities for '63 Boycott | Mikva Challenge
In partnership with Mikva Challenge and Kartemquin Films, YURI contributed an original curriculum to pair with the documentary short, '63 Boycott.
Summer Curriculum Writing Institutes | The Fred T. Korematsu Institute
YURI developed multi-day curriculum writing institutes for the education nonprofit organization, The Fred T. Korematsu Institute.
Educator's Guide to Resistance at Tule Lake | Third World Media
YURI wrote an 80-page guide for K-12 educators to accompany the 2017 documentary film, Resistance at Tule Lake. The film tells the long-suppressed story of incarcerated Japanese Americans during World War II.