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A Conversation About Asian-American Discrimination: Silent No More
It is an inconvenient truth that the Asian-American experience is not as well-known as that of other minority groups. With the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes and violence, a spotlight has been put on the community and has galvanized a sense of heightened activism. The moment seems to present an opportunity—what is to be done with any momentum, awareness or attention created by the tragedy in Atlanta and others? 

The members of our panel have a long-standing history of speaking out against discrimination and racism against Asian-Americans. They will share their own personal experiences in politics, business, journalism and government. Each has a compelling story that will help us to recognize, to appreciate and to do something about the Asian-American experience of discrimination, racism and violence.

You are invited to join Nutter’s webinar with prominent Asian-American leaders of our community for a candid discussion about the struggles, violence, and racial discrimination experienced by Asian-Americans.

Panelists
State Representative Tackey Chan, (D. Quincy), 2nd Norfolk District
Grace Lee, Senior Vice President, Director of Government Banking, Peoples United Bank
Shirley Leung, Columnist and Associate Editor, The Boston Globe
Nam Pham, President, Vietnamese American Volunteers Association
William F. Kennedy, Moderator, Nutter

Sep 29, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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