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NJSNCC AAPI Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Lisa Lawson
36:29
Good Morning, Lisa Lawson, Catholic Charities
robert like
41:58
Good morning, Bob Like, Chair, NJSNCC and Emeritus Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. The following 2 resources I recently learned about should be of further significant interest: Lee E. America for Americans: A History of Xenophobia in the United Stateshttps://bookstores.umn.edu/product/book/america-americans-history-xenophobia-united-statesUniversity of Minnesota – Immigrant Stories websitehttps://immigrantstories.umn.edu/
Jackie Lue Raia
45:06
Please note that this session is being recorded. Thank you.
allison shorey
45:39
Allison Shorey, Ashorey@mcsnj.org Multicultural Community Services and the Family Nurturing Center of NJ
robert like
47:40
See also the recent important NY Times article - The Cost of Being an "Interchangeable Asian" https://news.yahoo.com/cost-being-interchangeable-asian-121612585.html
Dr. Maria dC Rodriguez
48:37
Dr. Chang, thanks for this historical overview. I gathered that Asian Americans have been treated as "the other" that is incapable of assimilating into the so called "melting pot? What is the ultimate benefit (based on those who exercise these racist ideas) of imposing these stereotypes on Asian Americans?
robert like
01:02:35
Two questions: 1) How do we deal with historical and contemporary distrust and biases that exist both within and across different AAPI communities? and 2) How do AAPI individuals from different generations (e.g, Maturists, Baby Boomers, Gen X, Gen Y, Gen Z) feel about the issues being discussed today based upon their experiences?
Dr. Maria dC Rodriguez
01:11:56
What role may be played by public school education in correcting for this misinformation about the true history of AAPI communities in US history?
Kornel Chang
01:17:18
Hi all, a very good overview of the history of anti-Asian sentiment and exclusion in the United States.
Kornel Chang
01:17:23
https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/04/we-are-constantly-reproducing-anti-asian-racism/618647/
Dr. Maria dC Rodriguez
01:22:54
Although it is true that all people of color in the US have been discriminated & there is certainly much work to be done to correct for this social problem, the most brutal treatment has been endured by Native indigenous cultures. If there is an invisible group in the US, Native indigenous communities suffer the greatest level of oppression & discrimination.
robert like
01:43:49
Excellent and informative webinar! Thanks to all of the panelists and our moderator. The journey continues. Apologies that I need to sign off.
MaryAnne Kokidis
01:44:58
thank you for this webinar!
Renita Brady
01:45:00
Thank you very much!! Very insightful!