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Supporting Asian and APIDA Students
Join a Brownbag for the Student Affairs and Advising Communities
Media attention has shown a spotlight on anti-Asian and anti-APIDA violence and crime from across the United States, including the killing of six women of Asian descent in a mass shooting on March 16. Although this violence is not new or uncommon to the Asian community, and according to stopaapihate.org only a small fraction of anti-Asian hate incidents are reported.
Join a panel of Student Affairs professionals to discuss strategies of supporting Asian and APIDA students at UW-Madison. This panel will explore some specific needs and cultural considerations when working with Asian and APIDA students, share strategies when talking about anti-Asian and anti-APIDA violence, and share important resources.
Questions and topic suggestions can be submitted here: http://go.wisc.edu/ask-us
Gabe Javier, Associate Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs
Other panelists – coming soon.
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