COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT WEBINAR SERIES: BENDING NOT BROKEN: STORIES OF RESILIENCE ASIAN GOLD RIBBON –
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT WEBINAR SERIES:
BENDING NOT BROKEN: STORIES OF RESILIENCE
ASIAN GOLD RIBBON – Asian Women Mental Health Summit
Friday, May 20, 2022, 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. EDT
Join this 2-hour community conversation with honoured guests; and engage with us in a community dialogue.
The CCNCTO and Project 1907 (2022) study indicates a 47% increase in anti-Asian racism reports in 2021 overall. Sixty-four percent were made by women, which is an increase of 8% from 2020. Women continue to be the most targeted in anti-Asian racist attacks in Canada.
Together with community allies, we will remember Michelle Go and Christina Yuna Lee and hear about the impact of gender-based and race-based racism on Asian women. We will unite and develop Calls to Action for Asian Women’s mental health support in Canada, where bold changes are needed to end race-based traumatic stress.
Chinese Canadian National Council Toronto Chapter & Project 1907. (2022). 2021 Another Year: Anti-Asian racism across Canada two years into the COVID-19 pandemic. https://www.covidracism.ca/
(Friday) 15:00 - 17:00