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Erasure and Exclusion: White supremacy, coloniality and anti-Asian racism

This conversation focuses on anti-Asian racism and its roots: white supremacy and coloniality. Dr. Kang will present historical and current examples of how anti-Asian racism manifests in erasure and othering of Asian Americans and results in violence and exclusion. The short presentation will be followed by a dialogue about the roots of racism in the United states with an interdisciplinary team of TAMU graduate students.

Please join us April 30th, 2021  from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.

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Hye-Kyung Kang headshotHye-Kyung Kang, MA, MSW, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor at Seattle University where she serves as Chair of the Social Work Dept and the MSW Program Director. Dr. Kang’s scholarship addresses cultural citizenship, Asian American immigrant communities, immigrant and refugee mental and social health, and social justice focused social work. She is a co-author of an upcoming book, Racism in the United States, 3rd ed. (Springer).

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