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- Send AAPI Love; Remembering Vincent Chin.The Atlanta murders jarred us: I spoke with Michael Moore’s podcast yesterday on anti-Asian violence, my family’s legacy, and how to be positive/proactive and send AAPI love (donation links at the end of this post). Many too have asked, so below is the full transcript of my Moth story “Remembering Vincent” Chin. Thanks for listening/sharing. Remembering Vincent (Listen to this story on the Moth) ByContinue reading “Send AAPI Love; Remembering Vincent Chin.”
Michael Moore is joined by an Asian-American public school teacher, storyteller, activist, and the cousin of the late Vincent Chin, Annie Tan, who explains the importance of Vincent Chin’s legacy and discusses the proactive, positive work that is being done to confront anti-Asian racism and violence. (March 23, 2021)
We need to talk about the rise of anti-Asian hate and attacks. Join Eugene Lee Yang and The Try Guys for an in-depth conversation about the complex, often untold story of the Asian American community, the unique struggles they face, and find out how you can help #StopAsianHate. (March 24, 2021)
“I’m a Teacher in New York. I’m Doing My Job by Fighting an Unsafe Reopening.” Teachers routinely go above and beyond the call of duty, but hastily reopening schools during a pandemic puts students, families, and all of us at risk. (August 5, 2020)
“In order for my students to be in a better world and to be humans that will make this world better, I also have to be better. And that means I have to fight for them.“Columbia College Today, “Activist Annie Tan ’11 Is Speaking Up for Asian Americans” (Summer 2020)
“My Chinatown will never be the same after this.”Labor Notes: “Interview: Coronavirus Pandemic Inflames Anti-Asian Racism” with Annie Tan (April 6, 2020)
Photo: Haruka Sakaguchi for New York Times
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