AAPI Day Against Bullying + Hate: United We Stand
Act To Change is rallying the nation – including cities, elected officials, influencers, and community organizations – around the second annual AAPI Day Against Bullying + Hate on May 18, 2020.
With bullying, discrimination, and hate crimes against Asian Americans on the rise during Covid-19, it’s more important now than ever that we stand up to xenophobia and racism. Act To Change’s day-of virtual program, UNITED WE STAND, will commemorate this day with special guests and performances.
Moderated by Maulik Pancholy, Actor, Author, & Co-Founder of Act To Change.
Special guests include:
Tan France, TV Personality
Lisa Ling, Journalist
John Cho, Actor
Padma Lakshmi, Food Expert & Author
Kal Penn, Actor, Producer & former Associate Director of the White House Office of Public Engagement
Randall Park, Actor, Writer & Producer
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and First Lady Chirlane McCray
Jose Antonio Vargas, Founder, Define American
Helen Zia, Author/Activist
Poorna Jagannathan, Actor, Netflix’s Never Have I Ever
Hudson Yang, Actor, Fresh Off the Boat
Celia Au and Lawrence Kao, Actors, Wu Assassins
Punam Patel, Actor, Netflix’s SPECIAL
Congresswoman Grace Meng (NY-06)
Bing Chen, Chairman, Gold House & General Partner, AUM Group
Michelle Lee, Editor in Chief, Allure