Tuesday, May 26, 2020 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm

Zoom - link available after registration


Please join us for an Intergenerational Dialogue about what we've learned from Black and Asian Solidarity in NYC.

In light of the growing wave of anti-Asian violence under COVID-19, we wanted to contextualize current racial tensions between Black and Asian communities within a historical analysis of Black and Asian solidarity in New York City. Through this discussion, we hope to lift up examples of how our communities have come together in other times of crisis in this city, and to imagine better responses to violence than to dismiss anti-Asian violence or to call the police as a solution.

Registration is free!
Zoom link will be shared only with those who RSVP day before event

We will have a graphic notetaker, closed captioning in English, and live simultaneous interpretation provided via separate call line based on shared experience of most effective interpretation styles.