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Thursday, April 15 • 3:15pm - 4:15pm
The Epidemiology of Hate: Wyoming Stories and Perspectives on Anti-Asian Violence

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Anti-Asian hate has received national attention with the recent killings in Atlanta and the rise of violence against Asian Americans since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, violence toward Asian Americans and Asian immigrants is not new to the U.S. or to Wyoming. Sisters Lena and Aura Newlin will discuss the history and legacy of anti-Asian hate from their vantage point as public health experts, 4th-generation Wyomingites, and descendants of Japanese Americans incarcerated in Wyoming during World War II.

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Speakers
avatar for Lena (Sunada-Matsumura) Newlin, MPH, CHES

Lena (Sunada-Matsumura) Newlin, MPH, CHES

Assistant Director, Wellness, University of Wyoming
avatar for Aura (Sunada-Matsumura) Newlin, MA, ABD

Aura (Sunada-Matsumura) Newlin, MA, ABD

Assistant Professor of Anthropology & Sociology & Board Secretary, Northwest College & Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation


Thursday April 15, 2021 3:15pm - 4:15pm MDT
Zoom