[VIDEO] COVID-19 & Anti-Asian Discrimination: Supporting Asian American Students at Hunter College

In the wake of COVID-19, anti-Asian discrimination across the globe – and in New York City — has risen sharply. Join this discussion to learn how Hunter College is supporting Asian American students during these challenging times. Students will share their thoughts about and experiences with anti-Asian discrimination. Hunter staff and faculty will describe how they identify student needs and support students through programming and Asian American Studies courses.

The Asian American Studies Center at Hunter College and The Hunter College AANAPISI Project (HCAP) hosted a Zoom Event on October 30th, 2020 from 3:ooPM to 4:30PM to discuss Covid-19 & Anti-Asian Discrimination.

Marcia Liu, Ph.D. – Mental Health Coordinator for HCAP
Linh An, Ph.D. – Multilingual Learner Specialist for HCAP and Adjunct Assistant Professor for Asian American Studies
Glenn Magpantay, J.D. – Civil Rights Attorney and Adjunct Assistant Professor for Asian American Studies
Hunter College Student Speakers:
Vicki Li
Christina Valeros
Aditi Lama
Kalyani Jordan
Vivian Louie, Ph.D – Director of the Asian American Studies Program and Center & Professor of Urban Policy & Planning