Asian Women: The Toll of Decades of Dismissal
Sexism, racism and invisibility have targeted Asian American women for decades. Today on The 21st, Asian women talk about finding their voices and power after decades of dismissal. We were joined by a licensed clinical psychologist in Urbana and the executive director of the Coalition for a Better Chinese American Community in Chicago to talk about the history of anti-Asian sentiment in America and some solutions that may help change minds.
Teresa Mok, Ph.D, Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Urbana
Grace Chan McKibben, Executive Director, Coalition For a Better Chinese American Community
Click here to learn more about the TEAACH or Teaching Equitable Asian American Community History Act and hear the interview with State Rep. Theresa Ma.
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