Works in Progress: The Model Minority Myth & Chinese Communities' Perceptions

When and Where

Wednesday, April 06, 2022 10:00 am to 11:00 am
Online via Zoom


Please note that this session will take place online via Zoom. 

This event is a part of Works In Progress, a monthly workshop series by the Research Cluster for the Study of Race and Inequality for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows to present their works in progress and receive feedback from their peers.

This workshop will discuss the construction and impact of the model minority myth, as well as Chinese communities' perceptions of safety and of the police. 

About the Facilitators:
Emiri Katakawa is a fourth-year undergraduate student, double majoring in Criminology and History. Her academic interests are Asian immigration history, police brutality and Indigenous justice. In her free time, she likes to draw, read and sing.

Jeffrey Wong is a research assistant and an upcoming PhD student at the Centre. He is interested in researching how law enforcement construct the element of hate in hate crime. During his free time, he forces his friends to watch horror movies with him. 

Zoom Information

Topic: Works in Progress Sessions 3: The Model Minority & Chinese Communities' Perceptions
Time: Apr 6, 2022 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 883 1181 2508
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