Author of Teaching the Invisible Race: Embodying a Pro-Asian American Lens in Schools
UW-Madison | School of Education, Education Leadership and Policy Analysis
Hometown: Oceanside, CA
Tony DelaRosa (he/they/siya) is a Filipino American anti-bias/anti-racist educator, racial equity strategist, poet, and researcher. His work has been featured in Harvard Ed Magazine, CNN, NPR, the Smithsonian, Hulu, and elsewhere. He won the 2021 Inspire Award given by United Airlines & the National Association of Asian American Professionals, and the 2023 Community Trailblazer Award given by the Asian American Foundation. He is currently pursuing his PhD in Education Leadership and Policy Analysis at the University of Wisconsin–Madison as an Education Graduate Research Scholar. His debut book “Teaching the Invisible Race: Embodying a Pro-Asian American Lens in Schools” through Jossey-Bass / Wiley Publishing is out for pre-order!
A speaker fee of $5,000 applies for Mr. DelaRosa’s talks.
Cross-Racial Solidarity in Action
Include Asians in Your Activism
Anti-bias & Anti-racist Leadership 101
From Ethnic Studies to Liberation
Social Media for Justice
This talk offers ways that we can use social media for social justice purposes, and closing the divide in the US.