Minor Feelings: APIDA Experience in the United States
Started Mar 30, 2021
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Full course description
Date: Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Time: 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Location: CarmenZoom (Details below)
1.5 CE Clock Hours
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This event is a panel discussion by three members of the Ohio State University community about the experiences of Asian, Pacific Islander, and Desi Americans (APIDA) in the United States. Centered on the book Minor Feelings, by Cathy Park Hong, the panelists will discuss the entanglement of identity and racism for members of the APIDA population.
By the end of this training participants will be able to:
- Raise awareness of discrimination and racism against APIDAs.
- Understand the cultural and historical roots of discrimination and racism against APIDAs.
- Demonstrate the complex effects of discrimination on the identity and everyday lived experiences of APIDAs.
- Raise awareness of participants of their own biases against APIDAs.
- Provide individual - and systems - level strategies to reduce racism and discrimination against APIDAs.
1.5 CEs are available for participants who complete this training. Partial credit will not be awarded.
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Meet Your Presenters
Dr. Namiko Kunimoto is an associate professor in the department of History of Art and Director of the Center for Ethnic Studies at the Ohio State University. Based on her expertise in race, gender, urbanization, and transnationalism through art and visual culture, Dr. Kunimoto has organized community discussions on bystander training, panels on the incarceration of Japanese-American, Latino/a people, and First Nations peoples at Fort Sil, and workshops on how to take action against racism during COVID19.
Sophia Antoun, M.A. is the Intercultural Specialist for Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) Student Initiatives at the Ohio State University Multicultural Center. Ms. Antoun has experience teaching a wide range of topics that impact the way we experience the world. In all her workshops and programs, she is intentional about implementing the intersectional approach necessary for creating true social change.
Eunice Uhm, M.A. is a PhD Candidate in the department of History of Art at the Ohio State University. Ms. Uhm studies modern and contemporary art, with a transnational focus on the United States and East Asia. Her dissertation, “The Subversive Possibilities of Diaspora: Aesthetic Subjectivities of Migration and Displacement in South Korean and Japanese Art, 1960s – Present,” examines the conditions of migration and the diasporic aesthetic subjectivities in the works of contemporary Japanese and South Korean art from the 1960s to the present.
- Date: Tuesday, April 20, 2021
- Time: 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
- Location: CarmenZoom
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