Preparing International Students for Race Relations in the U.S.

May 20, 2021

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With over 350 audiences joining both online and in-person on May 15, this session, organized by Columbia Global Centers | Beijing, featured Columbia alumni and education experts of international schools in China and the U.S. to share their insights on the rising anti-Asian violence and explore actions to break down barriers. This session focused on 'Preparing International Students for Race Relations in the U.S.' is part of the Beijing Center's thematic discussion series, titled "Stand in Solidarity: Combating Anti-Asian Racism and Xenophobia".


Featuring remarks and discussion with (in alphabetical order):

Angela Curry, Centre Principal of AP at RDFZ-ICC Beijing
Lacey Long, SEAS'21
Emerson R. Miller, Director of International Outreach, Beijing 101 High School, International Department
Justin Patch, Assistant Professor of Music, Vassar College