“Those who fail to look back to where they come from will not reach where they are going” -Jose Rizal

In recent times, the Asian American community has come together to mobilize against the rise of anti-Asian hate crimes and a new wave of Post-Trump xenophobia. As a new generation of organizers comes to the forefront, what lessons can we gain from those who came before us and how can we implement these teachings to create change in our own communities? From the Delano Grape Strikes to the Death of Vincent Chin and even the modern-day Atlanta shootings, this workshop aims to provide context of Asian American activism through the foundation set by Black, Brown, Indigenous, and LGBTQ+ organizers.
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