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Center for Bioethics AAAPI Panel - America is in the Heart: AAAPI Resilience, Empowerment, and Coalition-Building - Shared screen with speaker view
Khoa Pham (he/his)
39:57
Please kindly submit your questions in this chat.
Justin Chen
42:54
Apologies Fiona and Dr. Hyun, certainly did not mean to leave you out of my thanks!! You all have been amazing
Michael Bermudez
49:55
Resilience in schools may connote silence. How can we achieve success in scholastic endeavors while being resilient without being “passive.” What do you think about “not rocking the boat.”
Michael Bermudez
57:37
Is there a difference between language discrimination and racial discrimination? To what extent do you think Asian Americans and immigrants experience one or both of these forms of discrimination?
Dr Insoo Hyun
01:12:18
Please feel free to submit questions in the chat box.
Samara Peters
01:13:59
question about empowerment issues: one of the "boxes" is success within STEM, what happens if this is actually one of your strengths? how to make yourslef a 3 dimensional individual when part of you actually fits the stereotype?
Eon Cabuhat
01:18:30
I want to hear the panelists’ thoughts on how we can unite AAPIs as a social and political group while still attempting to be aware of the different cultures and experiences within that group. The east asian experience is obviously different from the southeast asian and south asian experience.
Izzy Hernandez
01:19:25
^ such a great question that also fits into the coalition building section
Samara Peters
01:20:35
i didn't mean to imply that aaapi actually are the stereotype. I apologize if that is what that sounded like
Stephen Kulp (he/him)
01:20:57
and the 250,000+ Asian children who have been adopted to the U.S.
Julius Emerson Ybañez Towers (he/him/his)
01:21:29
^^^^^^^^^
Nhi-Ha Trinh (she/her)
01:23:02
Samara we feel you!
Joo Yh
01:23:28
I am so happy to hear such wise and reflective experts speak eloquently on discrimination against Asians. Until today, I felt disheartened that we didn't have articulate Asian representatives speaking for us. I am overwhelmed at the quality of today's discussion and hopeful that today's panellists will effectively equip and empower the younger Asian generations to come out of our 'docile' shells.
Katie Wang
01:29:37
What are some concrete action items (true progress) that are implementable and could be helpful for allies to best be supportive?
Izzy Hernandez
01:29:57
@katie, we will get to this at the end of the talk! such a great question
Katie Wang
01:30:39
Thanks Izzy! :)
Julius Emerson Ybañez Towers (he/him/his)
01:39:29
Thanks to all the FALA-NY members and AAAPI legal professionals joining us today!
Eon Cabuhat
01:42:25
Thank you for bringing up this topic, Julius!
Izzy Hernandez
01:42:43
And thank you for being vulnerable, Justin
Stephen Kulp (he/him)
01:43:57
thank you Justin!!
David Love
01:45:24
https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:jNQWLNO5QN0J:https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/2020/08/05/portland-shows-that-white-allies-can-play-vital-role-social-justice-movements/+&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us&client=opera
michael kerr
01:46:37
What is the ongoing impact of the intersection of racism and faithism - given that historically much of the targeted violence and legislated hate had a lot to do with the fact that most Asian (im)migrants of earlier era were buddhist, Hindu, Confucian, Sikh, Muslim and Taoist ?
Khoa Pham (he/his)
01:54:57
Thank you so much for that, Nhi-ha
Justin Chen
01:55:41
https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/06/opinion/asian-american-violence-race.html
Julius Emerson Ybañez Towers (he/him/his)
01:55:45
Thank you Justin - the AAAPI community needs to go through self reflection and reckoning insofar as our relationships with other communities of color
Christine Mitchell
01:58:16
I am heartened by the thoughtfulness and supportiveness and candor of this conversation. We are all trying to see our own racism as well as structural racism of various kinds and figure out not only how to be better individually but also what we should do--individually and together-- to make the world fairer and better. TY all.
Julius Emerson Ybañez Towers (he/him/his)
01:58:44
Thank you @Christine!
Frederique Couture-Carrier
01:59:35
Thank you all so much!
Khoa Pham (he/his)
01:59:39
The event will end after we stop the recording. Thank you everyone for coming today.
Hana Omiya
01:59:41
Thank you, terrific converastion
Danny Vo
01:59:45
Thank you all for your time and to the organizing team as well!!!
Nhi-Ha Trinh (she/her)
01:59:45
Amazing panel and attendees. Honored to be here!
Samara Peters
01:59:49
thank you to all our panelists!
Maggie Kirber
01:59:51
This was an outstanding presentation- thank you to the panelists and also to the fantastic organizers!!
Laura Allirajah
01:59:51
Thank you! <3
Julius Emerson Ybañez Towers (he/him/his)
01:59:54
Thank you everyone!
Joo Yh
02:00:19
Thank you for the edifying meeting! :) I look forward to the next one!
Fiona Pat (she/her)
02:00:24
Thank you everyone!
June Casalmir
02:00:24
Thank you for such an amazing panel
Alyssa Olcott
02:00:24
Thank you!
Michael Bermudez
02:00:25
Thank you.
Seyvonne Ip
02:00:27
This was a wonderful event, thank you everyone!
Roxann Harvey
02:00:27
Thank you!!!
Jadriane Hernandez
02:00:30
Thank you
Naoe Suzuki
02:00:31
Thank you so much!
Iris Jahng
02:00:31
Thank you!