This public discussion will highlight key challenges of racism, misogyny and other discrimination faced by our Asian and Asian-American community, the responses of local organizations who have long sought to address such challenges, and what more needs to be done in our own communities. Speakers represent perspectives from the Harvard Kennedy School’s staff, faculty and student groups, as well as leading local non-profits.Speakers include:
- Anisha Asundi, Research Fellow: Gender Specialist, Harvard Kennedy School Women and Public Policy Program
- Carolyn Chou, Executive Director, Asian American Resource Workshop
- Dr. Kathy Pham, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
- Nick Sung, Harvard Kennedy School MPP ’21
- Dr. Kaori Urayama, Senior Program Manager, Harvard Kennedy School Ash Center
William Huang, Harvard Kennedy School MPP ’22, will give welcome. This event is co-sponsored by the Harvard Kennedy School Asian-American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Caucus, Women and Public Policy Program, Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging, the Harvard University Asia Center, and Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies.
Virtual Event Details
Registration is required for this event. Please register using the link above to receive details via email for how to join the virtual discussion.
You can submit questions to the panelists in advance during the registration process. A live Q&A will also be available during the event with an option to submit questions in real-time.
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Harvard Kennedy School Asian-American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Caucus, the Harvard University Asia Center, and Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies