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The SEBS Office of Global Engagement hosted the Anti-Racism Seminar: Asian Students’ Experiences on Tuesday, October 20, 2020, 10:00-11:00 am (EST) via Zoom. This seminar was open to all Rutgers students, faculty, and staff.
The United States is facing a racial reckoning. It is extremely important to discuss anti-blackness within the context of the current climate and pandemic. At the same time, we do not want to dismiss other experiences that are also connected to this time and space. Please join this crucial conversation to make our community more inclusive and welcoming.
For inquiries regarding this event, please contact Hyunjin Yeo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jeff Wang, Assistant Vice President for Global Affairs, Rutgers Global
Making Asians in America
Allan Punzalan Isaac, PhD, Associate Professor of American Studies and English, Rutgers-New Brunswick
Asian Students’ Experience with Racism During the Pandemic
Mi Hyun Yoon, PhD Candidate in American Studies at Rutgers-Newark and Instructor for the Asian American Images and Identities Living-Learning Community at Rutgers-New Brunswick
Racism and Mental Health
Yushi Wang, LCSW, Community-Based Counselor, Rutgers CAPS
How to Respond to Bias Incidents
Anne Newman, PhD, Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, Rutgers-New Brunswick
Message of Solidarity and Support
Atul Bhattiprolu, President of Rutgers University Asian Student Council
Ashley Kim, Ambassador of Rutgers University Asian Student Council
Jillian Cuzzolino, Ambassador of Rutgers University Asian Student Council