AAPIs in 2020: Mobilizing Our Communities, Stronger Together
In recognition of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, the Humanities Center is co-sponsoring a series of conversations entitled “Asian American and Pacific Islanders in 2020” to explore disparities and racism affecting the AAPI communities in Los Angeles and Orange County.
The final event, entitled “Mobilizing Our Communities, Stronger Together" will take place on May 27, 6-7 p.m., live-streamed on this site with video posted afterwards.
In a time where anti-Asian American and Pacific Islander rhetoric is abundant, our panelists discuss their tactics and explore how we can work together to stand up against hate.
- Featuring David Min, assistant professor of law, UCI School of Law
- Ivy Daulo, partnership specialist, LA Regional Center, U.S. Census Bureau
- Sora Park Tanjasiri, professor of epidemiology, UCI School of Medicine
- Kadisha Tautau'a, member, North Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Young Leaders Census Team
Additional events in the series:
May 8, 11:30-12:30 p.m. (video available): History in the Making in a Time of Pandemic
May 13, 6-7 p.m. (video available): Accessing Social Services, Creating Change & Making Impact
May 20, 6-7 p.m. (video available): Pacific Islanders in the Age of Coronavirus
Co-sponsored with OCAPICA, OC AAPI Meet & Eat Coalition, South Asian Network, UCI Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Health Initiative, and U.S. Census 2020