2021

2021 Nov 22

Combatting Anti-Asian Racism and Misogyny: Perspectives from Harvard Alumni

12:00pm

Location: 

Virtual event, registration required

This public discussion will highlight key challenges of racism, misogyny, and other discrimination faced by our Asian and Asian-American community from the perspective of Harvard alumni. The panel will share insights on their own experiences while here at Harvard, in the professional world, and relate what has changed over time – progress, regress – as well as highlight current work that remains to be done.

Featuring: 

  • Kei Ashizawa (MC/MPA 2017) U.S – Japan Relations Community Organizer and Attorney at Law
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New Harvard Project Research Examines ARPA Distributions to Tribal Nations, Finds Funding to be “Grossly Inequitable”

New Harvard Project Research Examines ARPA Distributions to Tribal Nations, Finds Funding to be “Grossly Inequitable”

November 3, 2021

Cambridge, MA – In a new policy analysis published today by the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development (Harvard Project), researchers found that funding provided to tribal governments as part of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 was “grossly inequitable... Read more about New Harvard Project Research Examines ARPA Distributions to Tribal Nations, Finds Funding to be “Grossly Inequitable”

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