Activism, Social Justice, and Anti-Blackness in the Asian Community

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Facebook Event Reminder:

February 24th, 6-8PM
Marshall Room, Christensen Center

Hmong Women Together has invited Rad Azns to present on Asian and Pacific Islander resistance and resilience, the relevance of social justice in our lives, and the need to challenge and resist anti-blackness in our communities in order to achieve justice and equity for all.

Community Speakers: Rad Azns
“We are a collective of Radical Asians in Minnesota. For us, radical means that we are left of liberal, and seek systemic social change rather than reform. Radical means addressing problems at their root, and holding an expansive view of liberation. We come together in our belief in the transformational potential of Asian American peoples, grounded in a legacy of radical Asian American organizing in Minnesota and nationally. We resist oppression and hierarchies that exist within our communities, and embrace our multiple and intersecting identities. We challenge Asian American complicity in the oppression of other communities, and make solidarity an integral aspect of our work.”

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