Disrupting Anti-Asian Bias: Standing in Solidarity with East Asian People

This interactive discussion is dedicated to acknowledging and understanding Asian identity and history in America.


Feb23
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
2022-02-23 16:00:00 2022-02-23 18:00:00 Disrupting Anti-Asian Bias: Standing in Solidarity with East Asian People

Disrupting Anti-Asian Bias: Standing in Solidarity with East Asian People: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/270052774117 

 

This interactive workshop will encourage cross-racial allyship and equip participants with strategies that can help disrupt anti-Asian hate and xenophobia directed at Asian communities. The discussion will also focus on acknowledging and understanding Asian identity and history in the U.S. Participants will examine the rich history of the Asian diaspora in the U.S, including the history of anti-Asian sentiment which has made a resurgence since the onset of the Covid-19 global pandemic. This workshop is two hours in length and will be held via an interactive Zoom session.

 

This workshop has a limited number of virtual seats only for campus community members to help ensure a high level of interactivity. To access the Zoom details, please register using your oxy.edu email.

 

Facilitator: Cindu Thomas-George is the Founder and Principal Trainer of Shakti Diversity and Equity Training. As a diversity, equity, and inclusion practitioner, she designs and facilitates professional development experiences that promote equity, inclusion, anti-racism, and intercultural competence. As a nationally recognized speaker, Cindu’s speaking engagements are focused on encouraging cross-racial allyship, disrupting anti-Asian hate, moving beyond color-blindness to color consciousness, disrupting anti-Blackness in communities of color, and creating inclusion for women of color in the workplace. Full bio here. 

Questions regarding this workshop can be sent to vpej@oxy.edu

Virtual - Please register to receive Zoom link
America/Los_Angeles public
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Virtual - Please register to receive Zoom link
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Event Date: Wednesday, February 23, 2022

Disrupting Anti-Asian Bias: Standing in Solidarity with East Asian People: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/270052774117 

 

This interactive workshop will encourage cross-racial allyship and equip participants with strategies that can help disrupt anti-Asian hate and xenophobia directed at Asian communities. The discussion will also focus on acknowledging and understanding Asian identity and history in the U.S. Participants will examine the rich history of the Asian diaspora in the U.S, including the history of anti-Asian sentiment which has made a resurgence since the onset of the Covid-19 global pandemic. This workshop is two hours in length and will be held via an interactive Zoom session.

 

This workshop has a limited number of virtual seats only for campus community members to help ensure a high level of interactivity. To access the Zoom details, please register using your oxy.edu email.

 

Facilitator: Cindu Thomas-George is the Founder and Principal Trainer of Shakti Diversity and Equity Training. As a diversity, equity, and inclusion practitioner, she designs and facilitates professional development experiences that promote equity, inclusion, anti-racism, and intercultural competence. As a nationally recognized speaker, Cindu’s speaking engagements are focused on encouraging cross-racial allyship, disrupting anti-Asian hate, moving beyond color-blindness to color consciousness, disrupting anti-Blackness in communities of color, and creating inclusion for women of color in the workplace. Full bio here. 

Questions regarding this workshop can be sent to vpej@oxy.edu