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Fireside Chat: Navigating Asian America: Theatre and Activism

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

The preconceived notions that exist within mainstream U.S. narratives about Asian and Asian American identities, cultures, and families perpetuate Asian and Asian American people as constant foreigners and political scapegoats.

With the rise of Anti-Asian hate crimes in the country, Asian and Asian American artists are navigating how to advocate for their communities while also finding new ways in their artistic practice to celebrate resilience, survival and the ingenuity of ancestors throughout U.S. History.

Join New York Theatre Workshop Community Engagement Associate Gaven Trinidad and artists Sergio Mauritz Ang, Carolina Đỗ, Stefani Kuo, Roger Q. Mason, Dr. Sahar Ullah for a conversation that hopes to bring both critical interrogation of institutionalized racism within the arts as well as healing for those who need it.



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