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Our Recent Event | The Hate Stops Here: Addressing Anti-Asian Acts
|Thank you for joining Karen McNeil-Miller, president and CEO of The Colorado Health Foundation, for the May 20 conversation with Joie Ha – CORE, DJ Ida – National Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Association, Clarence Low – Asian Chamber of Commerce Colorado, and Chad Shomura – CU Denver, Department of Political Science. The event also included a special performance by the Japanese Arts Network’s Courtney Ozaki. If you were unable to attend the event or want to reexamine the conversation, you can watch a full recording of the event in English e en Español. Due to technical difficulties, we will be unable to share the recording in either French or Vietnamese. En raison de difficultés techniques, nous ne serons pas en mesure de diffuser l’enregistrement en Français. Vì khó khăn kỹ thuật, chúng tôi sẽ không thể chia sẻ bản ghi âm bằng tiếng Việt.
— Take action at the Colorado AAPI Resources website
— Watch “Colorado Asians: A Virtual Poetry Event”
— Mark your calendar for the “InVISIBLE | hyperVISIBLE” exhibit this fall at Redline Contemporary Art Center
— Sign up for a training in Bystander Intervention to Stop Anti-Asian/American and Xenophobic Harassment
— Read about Philanthropy and the AAPI community in Seeking to Soar: Foundation Funding for Asian American & Pacific Islander Communities
— Learn more about the history of the Asian American experience in this 3-part PBS series
— Watch a Red Table Talk discussion about the racial tensions between Asian American and Black communities
— Explore differences of opinion on the COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act from NPR and NBC News
— Read “Asians in Colorado” by William Wei
— Read “Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning” by Cathy Park Hong
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