Wed, Oct 27 | Online Event

The Future of AANHPI Identity & Power

Join the local leaders for a discussion about the Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander identity in San Diego, the role of AANHPI community in antiracist movements, and future opportunities to build civic power and lasting systemic change.
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The Future of AANHPI Identity & Power

Time & Location

Oct 27, 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM PDT
Online Event

About the event

One silver lining during the pandemic and hate-fueled violence against Asian Americans is the coming together of the community to combat racism and the unflinching spotlight on inequities exacerbated by COVID-19. How should we sustain the momentum, visibility and potential for unity and cross-racial solidarity? Join the local leaders for a discussion about the Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander identity in San Diego, the role of AANHPI community in antiracist movements, and future opportunities to build civic power and lasting systemic change. Panelists: Dr. DJ Kuttin Kandi, Co-Founder & Executive Director, Asian Solidarity Collective Jonathan “Tana” Lepule, Deputy Director, Asian & Pacific Islander Initiative Tazheen Nizam, Associate Executive Director, Council on Islamic-American Relations - San Diego Windi Sasaki, Associate Director, APIMEDA Programs and Services, UC San Diego Moderator: Samuel Tsoi, Equity Impact Manager, San Diego County Office of Equity & Racial Justice To request language or ASL interpretation, please notify us 72 hours ahead of the event via the RSVP form or email samuel.tsoi@sdcounty.ca.gov

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