Race, Community and Dialogue: Exploring Anti-Asian Violence
While it has attracted more media attention during the COVID-19 pandemic, Anti-Asian racism and violence has a long-standing history in the United States. As part of its Race, Community and Dialogue Series, Project Civitas hosted a panel discussion with members of the Lynn University community and leaders from the South Florida Asian community. Join the event for the opportunity to explore Anti-Asian racism and to express solidarity with the Asian-American community.
Date and time
April 27, 2021, 10:30 a.m. EDT
- Josephine Shih Gordy, member of the Miami-Dade County Asian-American Advisory Board
- Venghan (Winnie) Tang, president of Florida Asian Services, OCA South Florida Chapter and Florida Asian Women Alliance
- Takeata King Pang, executive director, Women’s Foundation of Florida
- HungChum (Kevin) Kao, assistant professor, computer animation, College of Communication and Design
- Dr. Wayne Law, assistant professor, scientific literacy, College of Arts and Sciences
- Emmy Liu, student, Lynn University
Boca Raton, FL
Lynn University, "Race, Community and Dialogue: Exploring Anti-Asian Violence" (2021). Race, Community, and Dialogue Videos. 1.