Mar 24: Responding to Anti-Asian Violence: From Hop Alley to Atlanta

Responding to Anti-Asian Violence: From Hop Alley to Atlanta

Hosted by CSU Ethnic Studies with support from the Vice President for Diversity Office

Wednesday, March 24th

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Zoom

Register via the form below to receive the Zoom link in your inbox 24 hours prior to the session start

Panelists:

  • Dr. May Fu Chair and Associate Professor, Ethnic Studies Department, University of San Diego
  • Elyssa Banqued, Colorado State University student and Social Media Coordinator for Malaya Colorado
  • Cody Chang 2017 CSU Alumni and Denver Community Organizer
  • Dr. Eric Ishiwata Associate Professor, Ethnic Studies and Extension Specialist for the Office of Engagement and Extension, Colorado State University
  • Sagarika Sarma, Student Case Management and Referral Coordination, Colorado State University

Panel Facilitator:

  • Dr. Caridad Souza Director of Women’s Studies, College of Liberal Arts, and Special Assistant Professor, Ethnic Studies Department

Registration

While the registration form is now closed for logistical reasons, CSU community members can still register and attend the live panel. Please email diversity@colostate.edu before 10am on Wednesday, March 24th in order to receive a Zoom link. For those unable to attend the live panel, a summary will be made available at a later date.