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Allyship Series: After Atlanta, How Do Asian Americans Want Us to Show Up?

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Join the Harvard Alumni community for an event that will focus on how to show up for the Asian American community.

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Following our successful events focusing on Anti-Racism Allyship (October), Allyship with the LGBTQ+ community (November), and Allyship with Indigenous Peoples (February), the Harvard Clubs of Boston and Ireland in partnership with the Harvard Asian American Alumni Alliance will be holding an event on Allyship with the Asian American community.

This event will focus on how Asian Americans are looking for support in the wake of the Atlanta killings of 6 Asian women a few weeks ago. With speakers including Harvard Professor Ju Yon Kim and alumna, professor and filmmaker Renee Tajima-Peña, we will delve into the history of Anti-Asian hate in America and actions we can all take to support the Harvard Asian American Alumni community. The conversation will be facilitated by Sheryl WuDunn, author and award-winning journalist, business and finance consultant and alumni leader.

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