A Panel Discussion: Understanding the impact of racism and discrimination on the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community at Notre Dame


Location: Online

4 29 15 Tulips Golden Dome 6586

Recent events have brought to light an increase in racism and discrimination in our country towards the Asian American, Pacific Islander community. Join us Friday, April 30th from Noon to 1 pm ET as we hear perspectives from fellow Notre Dame colleagues about the current environment for the AAPI community and their insights for a better path forward. 

The discussion panelists include:
Helen Hockx Yu, Enterprise Architect for the Office of Information Technologies and Steering Committee member for Notre Dame Staff of International Descent
Keri Kei Shibata, Chief of Police and Executive Director of Emergency Management
Tengfei Luo, Professor in Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, leader of The MÖNSTER Lab at Notre Dame, and member of the Association of Faculty and Staff of Chinese Heritage

Co-sponsored by the HR Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Saga (JEDIS) committee and the Notre Dame Staff of International Descent (NDSID). 

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