Asian Stereotypes: Understanding How Microaggressions Impact Youth & Professionals

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Asian Stereotypes: Understanding How Microaggressions Impact Youth & Professionals

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505 Eighth Avenue 20th Floor New York, NY 10018

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What do Asian stereotypes have to do with the way we're treated in schools and the workplace? How do the "model minority" and "perpetual foreigner" images influence our academic and professional careers - and how do we overcome the "bamboo ceiling"?

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On October 27, psych expert Kevin Nadal, leadership consultant Gloria S. Chan, and other compelling speakers will lead us in an important discussion about the impact of Asian stereotypes on our everyday lives and how we can effectively address them to achieve growth and success.

Hansi Lo Wang of NPR will moderate the discussion. Q&A to follow.

Speakers:

- Gloria S. Chan, High I.M.P.A.C.T. Leadership Consultant

- Kevin Nadal, Associate Professor of Psychology at John Jay College & The Graduate Center-CUNY, leading researcher on microaggressions

- David Zhou, Co-Founder of The Microaggressions Project

- Almeet Kaur, Member of the Junior Sikh Coalition


Seating is limited. RSVP now!


This event is made possible by the generous support of Empire BlueCross BlueShield & the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.