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Combating Hate, Xenophobia and Violence

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Thursday, April 29, 2021, 11:00 AM until 12:00 PM
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With Senator Susan Lee, MD State Senator, D-16, Aryani Ong, Founder and Co-Director, Montgomery County Progressive Asian American Network, and Paula Park, Korean American Community Association. North Bethesda Village is hosting this program to discuss racist violence against Asian Americans. Asian Americans are speaking out to describe abuses and to help non-Asians understand their blind spots about the AAPI community. Please join us to listen to AAPI representatives, ask questions, and provide support to stem the tide of anti-Asian hate crimes while standing with the AAPI community. To join event, RSVP to park21217@aol.com for Zoom meeting information.