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Please join this panel of experts as Harvard Club of Southern California discusses anti-Asian racism across US History, shares undertold stories of Asian American activism, and consider the next steps that we need to take in order to create a more equitable and just future.
The recent public murders and racism against Asian Americans are illustrative of a deeper, broader, and more systemic oppression that has been swept out of common knowledge and most history books. The long histories of racism in America built on slavery and the lethal colonial advancements against Native Americans are intertwined with the oppressive legal, cultural, and interpersonal actions against voluntary immigrants, refugees, and forced laborers who came from across Asia. Additionally, Asian Americans have been on the front lines of activism in the US pushing for liberation alongside our brethren of color.
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