Asian Americans and White Supremacy

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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

12:00 PM

1:30 PM

Global Fed Ex Building, 4th floor

Professor of English & Comparative Literature Jennifer Ho will lead the first half of a discussion focusing on “Asian Americans and White Supremacy” and discussing the origins of the term “Asian American” and its connections to activism and identity. She will follow this with a discussion about Asian Americans in the U.S. south and their relationship to white supremacy. The second half of the discussion will be led by Hong-An Truong (faculty member in Art Studio) and Durham activist. This will be a practical workshop on social justice activism.

Finally, for anyone interested in learning more about Asian American issues, I’ll be leading 2 discussions. The first, on Wed, Sept 13 will be held on the 4th floor of the Global Fed Ex building on “Asian Americans and White Supremacy” from 12-1:30pm. I’ll be leading the first half and discussing the origins of the term “Asian American” and its connections to activism and identity and then leading a discussion about Asian Americans in the US south and their relationship to white supremacy. The second half will be led by Hong-An Truong (faculty member in Art Studio) and a Durham activist and will be a practical workshop social justice activism.


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