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Campus Conversations: Stop Asian Hate
Hate crimes against Asian Americans increased nearly 150% in 2020. Unfair blame for COVID-19 helps to explain the spike in violence, but AAPI/APIDA people have been subject to discrimination since passage of the Chinese Exclusion Act in 1882. The resurgence of white supremacy has also fueled animosity against all marginalized groups.

Join us for a conversation about stopping Asian hate.

A panel of faculty, staff and students will offer their perspectives on the problem and address questions and concerns from the audience.

Anmol Satiani, Assistant Director for Clinical Training, University Counseling Services; Ryan Yokota, Instructor in Critical Ethnic Studies and History; Tom Mockaitis, Professor of History; Sangsanae Harn-Udomlarp, international student and peer advisor; Jenni Nguyen, APIDA Cultural Center Program Assistant; Theressa Tong, Graduate Assistant, PATHS Career Discernment Program

This event is cosponsored by Office of the Provost and Global Asian Studies.

This event is open to DePaul staff, students & faculty. Registration is required and closes on April 15 at 5 p.m.

Apr 16, 2021 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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