Webinar: Racism Is A Virus Too (Recorded June 2, 2020)

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Videos used or mentioned in the webinar:

NYTimes: Chinese Student Shares Rise in Anti-Chinese and Anti-Asian Racism and Xenophobia at her School


What Kind of Asian Are You: Using Satire to Illuminate Assumptions and Stereotypes

https://www.retro-hrackarna.cz/20478-dtf63590-rencontre-femme-infidèles.html It is important, before sharing this video with the class, to help them understand the purpose of satire: to use exaggeration and humor to ridicule harmful behavior.

Facing History Lesson Plan: https://www.facinghistory.org/resource-library/my-part-story-exploring-identity-united-states/identity-and-labels

Excerpt from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “The Other America” speech in which he said, “Riots are the language of the unheard.”


HHRC’s Interview with Vietnamese Mainer Phuc Tran, Author of “Sigh, Gone: A Misfit’s Memoir of Great Books, Punk Rock, and the Fight to Fit In”

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