The Women & Gender Studies Institute and the Department of Sociology, University of Toronto, invite you to a city roundtable on “Anti-Asian Racism and Intersectional Violence”
We are organizing this event in light of the recent shootings in Atlanta and the rise of anti-Asian racism during COVID. While the presence of anti-Asian sentiments may seem new to some, it is in fact part of a longer history of oppression that Asian communities have experienced and continue to experience.
Join us for a conversation on how we might collectively address and challenge anti-Asian racism and intersectional violence, with:
Elene Lam, Butterfly: Asian and Migrant Sex Workers Support Network;
Justin Kong, Chinese Canadian National Council—Toronto Chapter;
Rick Sin, Asian Canadian Labour Alliance – Ontario Chapter.
Moderated by: Robert Diaz, Associate Professor, Women and Gender Studies and Hae Yeon Choo, Associate Professor, Sociology
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Our ally at U of T organized this upcoming event. Please join if you can.
#ACASToronto condemns hatred and violence against Asian-Americans. With the exact motive yet to be determined, we stand in solidarity with members of the Asian-American communities. Our deepest condolences to families and friends of the victims of the shooting in Atlanta, Georgia.
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