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Past Event

Halting Bigotry in Its Tracks

How can we stop repeating history?

Sadly, the United States has had a long history of prejudice and racism against Asians and other marginalized communities in this country, starting before the Chinese Exclusion Act, to the Second World War Japanese-American incarceration, and the McCarthy witch hunting era in the Chinese-American community, through the Civil Rights Movement to the Vincent Chin murder and continuing to xenophobia targeting Muslims and the AMEMSA (Arab Middle Eastern Muslim South Asian) community.

Join us for a discussion about how people can stop repeating history and end racism for all.

Notes

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May 21, 2020

United States

Speakers
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Dr. Karen Korematsu

Founder and Executive Director, Fred. T. Korematsu Institute

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Judge Lillian Sing

(ret.); First Asian-American Female Judge in Northern California

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Sameena Usman

Government Relations Coordinator, Bay Area Office, The Council on American-Islamic Relations; Assembly Delegate, California Democratic Party

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Michelle Meow

Producer and Host, "The Michelle Meow Show" on KBCW/KPIX TV and Online Radio; Member, Commonwealth Club Board of Governors; Twitter @msmichellemeow—Co-Host

Format

noon–1 p.m. PT program