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On May 28, 2020, our panelists unpacked “Asian Heritage Month” from the lens of intersectional “Asian” feminists, Abeer Yusuf, Lara Maestro, and Kimberley Wong. This panel was moderated by Rona Amiri.

This event was hosted from unceded, stolen lands. As diasporic people from Asia, we are in solidarity with Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island. Through conversations like this, we intend to unpack how we contribute and benefit from colonialism, how we can be better advocates of giving land back, as well as healing from our own experiences of colonialism and imperialism in our motherlands. Find out more about the event, including our panelists.

NOTE: Moderator Rona Amiri had a detailed land acknowledgment to start off the conversation, but technical and human error faced us, which means we were not able to record the very beginning of the discussion. This is what she said, “Hello everyone, thank you so much for joining for our first in a series of conversations on resistance and resurgence. My name is Rona Amiri and I will be moderating today’s panel. I am a racialized settler-immigrant on the ancestral, traditional, and unceded territories of the Coast Salish Peoples, specifically, the Kwikwetlem First Nation, on whose territory I am currently living. I invite you to take the time, where ever you are, to reflect on the Indigenous territories you are watching today’s panel from.”

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