Join a conversation with JHU faculty and students as they respond to the recent racist violence in Atlanta. Speakers will offer remarks on both personal experiences and collective histories of the ways in which anti-Asian hate continues to intersect with institutional racism, violence against women, and class discrimination. They will highlight how to build anti-racist alliances across the Hopkins community and Baltimore. The open-ended discussion to follow will prioritize comments and thoughts from students in the audience.
Moderated by Tobie Meyer-Fong, Professor of History
- Erin Chung, Charles D. Miller Associate Professor of Political Science
- Clara Han, Associate Professor of Anthropology
- Ho-Fung Hung, Henry M. and Elizabeth P. Wiesenfeld Professor in Political Economy/Sociology
- H. Yumi Kim, Assistant Professor of History
- Tara Tran, PhD Candidate in History
- Katy Oh, Class of 2021