Photo courtesy of Dr. Peniel Joseph

Notley Tide and University of Texas at Austin’s Center for the Study of Race and Democracy are partnering on a virtual community conversation, Upholding the Status Quo: The Model Minority Myth and its Role in the U.S. The conversation features panelists Dr. Eric Tang (Associate Professor in the African and African Diaspora Studies Department and director of the Center for Asian American Studies), Dr. Peniel Joseph (Founding Director of CSRD), Elise Hu (Ted Talks Daily, NPR), and moderated by Minh Vu (Director of Strategic Programs, Notley)

The panelists will explore how the Model Minority Myth of Asian Americans has been used to uphold the status quo in the U.S. and how it has continued to play out in society today, its effects on the Asian American community as well as other communities of color and how we can dismantle it to advance racial justice.

Notley Tide and University of Texas at Austin’s Center for the Study of Race and Democracy are partnering on a virtual community conversation, Upholding the Status Quo: The Model Minority Myth and its Role in the U.S. The conversation features panelists Dr. Eric Tang (Associate Professor in the African and African Diaspora Studies Department and director of the Center for Asian American Studies), Dr. Peniel Joseph (Founding Director of CSRD), Elise Hu (Ted Talks Daily, NPR), and moderated by Minh Vu (Director of Strategic Programs, Notley)

The panelists will explore how the Model Minority Myth of Asian Americans has been used to uphold the status quo in the U.S. and how it has continued to play out in society today, its effects on the Asian American community as well as other communities of color and how we can dismantle it to advance racial justice.

Notley Tide and University of Texas at Austin’s Center for the Study of Race and Democracy are partnering on a virtual community conversation, Upholding the Status Quo: The Model Minority Myth and its Role in the U.S. The conversation features panelists Dr. Eric Tang (Associate Professor in the African and African Diaspora Studies Department and director of the Center for Asian American Studies), Dr. Peniel Joseph (Founding Director of CSRD), Elise Hu (Ted Talks Daily, NPR), and moderated by Minh Vu (Director of Strategic Programs, Notley)

The panelists will explore how the Model Minority Myth of Asian Americans has been used to uphold the status quo in the U.S. and how it has continued to play out in society today, its effects on the Asian American community as well as other communities of color and how we can dismantle it to advance racial justice.

WHEN

WHERE

Virtual
https://utexas.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_zdUF2lCuThKavCXfpijFHA

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