45 min

Making the Invisible Visible: Asian American & Pacific Islanders in Education Free Minds Free People

    • Education

At Free Minds Free People 2019, Sarah Ha, Taiyo Na, Noreen Rodríguez and Ed Cummurang sat down with mk to talk about their perspectives as Asian American, and Pacific Islander daughters and sons, students, and educators. The diversity of the communities, cultures and identities of people who are collectively referred to as Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders, is named and demonstrated in their conversation. The topics range from the importance of disaggregating data to better see and respond to the experiences of students, the Model Minority Myth, whiteness and anti-Blackness, mental health and their personal experiences of ethnic studies (and life without it).

At Free Minds Free People 2019, Sarah Ha, Taiyo Na, Noreen Rodríguez and Ed Cummurang sat down with mk to talk about their perspectives as Asian American, and Pacific Islander daughters and sons, students, and educators. The diversity of the communities, cultures and identities of people who are collectively referred to as Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders, is named and demonstrated in their conversation. The topics range from the importance of disaggregating data to better see and respond to the experiences of students, the Model Minority Myth, whiteness and anti-Blackness, mental health and their personal experiences of ethnic studies (and life without it).

45 min

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