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Enough is Enough - Asian Hate - Shared screen with gallery view
Erika Gunter
02:03
Good Morning Erica
Erica Harrison
04:07
Hi Erika, how are you? Long time no hear from 🙂
Erica Harrison
04:21
Sorry, I sent that to everyone...
Erika Gunter
05:18
Doing great! I sent an email to you the other day. We will chat soon, I plan to stop by to say hello lol
Erica Harrison
05:57
Sounds good...just let me know when. Thanks for joining today.
Peter Van Do (he/him)
15:41
Love to background music and the vibes here.
Brittany | Al Día News
16:00
Me too!
Thanyanan Peffer
17:03
Hello, my name is Jenny. Thank you very much for sending this invitation.
Thanyanan Peffer
17:25
I come from Thailand
Michelle Myers
17:49
Thank you for coming to our Enough Is Enough session!
Michelle Myers
18:11
Thank you for coming to our Enough Is Enough Session!
Tiffany McLaughlin
18:26
Glad to be here!
Catzie Vilayphonh
19:44
Wow Thanyalan! Thanks for joining us!
Ron Perri (he/him/his)
30:22
👏
Peter Van Do (he/him)
30:57
snaps, Catzie !
Sim Loh
30:59
👏
Paul Uyehara
55:20
The 1875 Page Act prohibited the immigration of Chinese women because they were seen to be potential prostitutes. From Mary Yee
Paul Uyehara
57:42
Also US military bases in Asia have been responsible for the stereotypes of Asian women as sex workers and as submissive “others.” This experience may be the first and only one with Asian women for many US military men. Mary
Paul Uyehara
01:06:27
Related to Brother Malcolm’s insights is Steve Biko’s statement: “The greatest weapon in the hand of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed.” Cliff will recognize this. This pertains to the negative self-image that many BIPOC+ folks harbor. Mary
Lex
01:10:09
Good points Peter! It is very true like you said how if roles were reveresed within treatment for white women that it would be put to an immediate stop. Unfortunately, within the Asian community it is still an ongoing cycle to where innocent people are getting mistreated and that the change isn’t ending as quickly.
Francie Woodford (she/her)
01:10:16
It's sooo good to hear this eloquent explanation. Even in our on-campus "whiteness" sessions did not understand that "whiteness" is not limited to white/black relations. I hope people will learn from this important educational presentation.
Brian Goedde
01:11:46
I have to go to an advising appt, but I wanted to say thanks for a great panel. Also, I’d be interested to hear and talk more about this “model minority” stereotype/myth, as I think we really face it in education, the idea that Asian and Asian-American students have a “special/unfair advantage.”
Ida Swindle
01:14:11
Thank you for a great moving session. I am learning a lot and plan to seek out other cultures and how they live.
Erica Harrison
01:14:45
Thank you Cliff. CCP supports the Black and Gold Series. Very strong programming
Tiffany McLaughlin
01:14:50
yes, there is hope!
Lex
01:14:58
Yes! Learning should be more processed! I am very captivated through this panel!
Romana Lee-Akiyama
01:15:30
Thank you for sharing about the Black + Gold Series. Here is more info: https://www.phila.gov/2022-02-15-citys-office-of-public-engagement-launches-black-gold-series/
CCP-Sandra Gonzalez-Torres (her/ella)
01:15:35
Truth! Would love to see a session that talks about the challenges between communities of color.YES, let's keep the conversations, education, and action going!
Theresa Payne
01:16:02
Thank you for this Enough Is Enough session...I learned a lot!
Caitlyn Shannon
01:16:28
Thank you all for this session!!
Romana Lee-Akiyama
01:16:28
Please feel free to reach out to me at romana.lee-akiyama@phila.gov to connect about the Black + Gold Series.
Erica Harrison
01:16:50
Yes, most certainly
Erica Harrison
01:17:10
The recording will also be available at www.ccp.edu/enough
Jenna Martino
01:17:15
Thank you, panelists, for a great session!
Allyseun Brown
01:18:10
Thank you so much! As an Asian American I related to much to this topic.
Paul Uyehara
01:18:33
Folks at UPenn have started a Solidarity Series to deal with racism, history, and healing in the context of Black-Asian community relations. We welcome folks from other communities and neighborhoods. Peter is one of the Solidarity Team; I am also. From Mary Yee
Donald Generals
01:18:45
Great discussion. Thank you to our panelists and a special thanks to our moderator, Dr. Myers
Erica Harrison
01:19:29
Thank you to our panelists and watching audience - our next session is April 12, Topic- Voting Rights featuring Laura Coates, CNN. Thanks again for joining
Paul Uyehara
01:20:05
Great panel and session! Love you all! Mary
Rorujorona (Rougye) Ferrell
01:20:05
💛
Lex
01:20:15
Thank you!
Diane Brisbon
01:20:22
Thank you. Very informative!
Brittany | Al Día News
01:20:38
thank you everyone so much!!
Ida Swindle
01:20:53
Thank you everyone. Stay safe and well. Thank you Dr. Generals, Michelle Myers and Erica Harrison.
Megan Barbano-Maxwell
01:21:01
Thank you for sharing your experiences with us.
Christian Bailey
01:21:03
This was great
Kayla Cruz
01:21:03
thank you all! this was so informational & moving, I’m glad I got the chance to join this session!