Time: Friday, August 14, 2020 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
This event is open to all graduate and undergraduate students at The Ohio State University and Cleveland State University.
Living, working and attending classes during a pandemic is challenging for everyone. But what happens when we our identity is targeted, and we are also faced with processing xenophobia, racist remarks, hate crimes and harmful discrimination against our community? Join Sophia Antoun, Intercultural Specialist for APIDA Student Initiatives at Ohio State University and Dr. Stacey Litam, Professor of Counseling at Cleveland State University and licensed clinical therapist, for "Understanding History, Understanding Ourselves: Promoting Asian and APIDA Mental Health during a pandemic." Unpack the history that underlies present day anti-Asian racism and learn the unique ways these factors impact Asian and APIDA mental health today.
ZOOM Link: Register here
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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