To access a recording of the colloquium session with Dr. Jennifer Ho, please visit the link below:
To access links that were shared during the session, please visit the links below:
- Anti-Racism I Course on Coursera — free, self-paced, 3 weeks 5-10 hours/week: https://www.coursera.org/learn/antiracism-1
- PSA on Model Minority Myth: https://youtu.be/zHFvEvPo5z0
Please join the MSU Geography Graduate Group (Triple G) on Friday, November 20, 2020, at 4:00 PM EST for our third and final virtual colloquium session this semester. We will be joined by Dr. Jennifer Ho, Director of the Center for Humanities & the Arts, Eaton Professor of Humanities and the Arts, and Professor of Ethnic Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder. She is also the president of the Association for Asian American Studies.
In her talk “Anti-Asian Racism and Covid-19,” Dr. Ho will discuss the rise of anti-Asian racism with the advent of COVID-19. Beyond that, this conversation will engage us with ways in which anti-Asian and anti-Black racism have common roots in white supremacy and what we can all do to be anti-racism allies and educators.
We are excited to have Dr. Ho as our speaker who will close this Fall series on uneasy conversations about Race, Ethnic, Migration, Gender, and Justice Studies.
This event is enthusiastically co-sponsored by MSU Asian Studies and MSU Asian Pacific American Studies. We are anticipating a large crowd given the wide-ranging interest in this topic. If you would like to submit a question in advance for Dr. Ho to consider addressing during the session, please do so by the end of the day on Wednesday, November 18 at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/18mykpLOUIrxTUWXDKtXhdwP9fqp48QxzIS4qmDkN5Ws/edit?usp=sharing
Meeting ID: 977 0472 7393 Passcode: GGG2020