Time: Wednesday, July 22, 2020 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
This event is open to both students, staff and faculty of the Ohio State University and to the general public .
The global response to COVID-19 has meant an increase in xenophobia, which is a fear, prejudice or hatred of people from other countries. Unfortunately, throughout history, fear of disease and racism have gone hand in hand.
In the months since COVID-19 has been circulating, Asian-Americans and Asians around the world have experienced heightened levels of verbal and physical attacks. We are seeing a rise in anti-Asian racism in its most explicit form all across the United States.
This workshop discusses the impact COVID-19 is having on Asian/Asian American communities both here at Ohio State and nationwide. We'll begin by discussing the ways in which anti-Asian racism has manifested since the pandemic, and the impacts the rise in anti-Asian racism has had on Asian and APIDA communities. Our dialogue will then shift to highlighting the history Asian Americans have with this type of racial oppression. We'll then address how we can raise awareness of the ways others can strive for allyship with our APIDA students, colleagues, friends, and loved ones.
Join us in community as we address this important facet of the COVID-19 pandemic and formulate ways that we can each play a role in interrupting bias and creating safe and inclusive communities.
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We strive to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals, including individuals with disabilities, to engage fully. To ask questions about accessibility or request accommodations, please contact Sophia Antoun at email@example.com. At least two weeks' advance notice will help us to provide seamless access.*We are currently working on adding live closed captioning for our virtual programming*
Sophia Antoun, Intercultural Specialist for APIDA Student Initiatives
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