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MOCA Teahouse Reading Club: Surging Violence Against Asian Americans

  • 09 Mar 2021
  • 5:00 PM
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MOCA Teahouse Reading Club: Surging Violence Against Asian Americans

Mar 9, 2021 05:00 PM

Zoom - register at https://mocanyc-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcvf-morjItEtDBHTRZbWeZlQ7P6-IIZrae

To address the recent surge in anti-Asian xenophobia and violence during the COVID-19 pandemic, the MOCA Teahouse Reading Club will meet virtually on Tuesday, March 9, 2021. ⁣ MOCA's monthly discussion series on Zoom is focused on selected key readings and is hosted by the Museum’s education and exhibition departments—Nora Chen, Education Associate; Lauren Nechamkin, Director of Education; Andrew Rebatta, Associate Curator; and Herb Tam, Curator and Director of Exhibitions.

Teahouses are centers of community life, places to chat and share ideas. While we’re physically apart, we invite you to enter into a dialogue with us at our virtual teahouse. Read along with us and join the discussion over your favorite cup of tea. The next conversation will focus on exploring the deep historical roots of the most recent wave of violence against Asian American Pacific Islanders across the U.S. Through this discussion, we hope to nurture a more nuanced dialogue around the issues we are facing right now and explore strategies to build a more equitable future together.

The following readings will be accessible in a downloadable link in the registration email or directly here: https://www.mocanyc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Readings-for-MOCA-Teahouse-Reading-Club-Surging-Violence-Against-Asian-Americans_03.09.2021.pdf

Readings:
• Michelle Kim, Addressing Anti-Asian Attacks With Transformative Justice (Yes! Magazine, February 2021)
• Cady Lang, Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans Are on the Rise. Many Say More Policing Isn't the Answer (Time Magazine, February 2021)
• Connie Wun, Ignoring The History Of Anti-Asian Racism Is Another Form Of Violence (Elle, March 2021)
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This program is brought to you by MOCA friends and partners, including Bloomberg Philanthropies and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

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