Hosted by the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for PBS.
In the last year anti-Asian hate incidents have gone up by 150% with 68% targeting Asian and Asian American Women. From patients refusing to receive care from AAPI physicians to the recent mass shooting in Atlanta, GA where 6 Asian Women were among the 8 people killed, rising violence is stirring outrage and fear in the AAPI community. This discussion will provide a space to come together in support of our AAPI community. We will acknowledge the impacts and intersections of anti-Asian racism and misogyny and be reminded of ways we can be upstanders against it.
Feel free to join PBS in this virtual training session. Please contact Valerie Joyner in the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion if you have questions.
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