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Asian-American Allyship 101: George Floyd and Tou Thao – A Story Rooted in White Supremacy

Asian-American Allyship 101: George Floyd and Tou Thao – A Story Rooted in White Supremacy

Host: Tazrean Hossain

In this episode, we will unpack the relationship between the Asian-American and Black-American communities, investigating the history of anti-Asian racism and anti-blackness. In doing so, we will understand what happened with George Floyd and Tou Thao and how our past and present continues to be rooted in white supremacy. This episode will give you the foundation needed to inform what we, Asian-Americans, must do as allies to the Black community.

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<strong>Tazrean Hossain</strong>
Tazrean Hossain

Tazrean Hossain is an activist, feminist, and obsessed with Brooklyn Nine-Nine and New Girl. She co-founded Chapin’s Asian Affinity Group and serves as the president of Feminism Club. She loves to read, write, sing, and do theatre. In the fall, she will be attending Wellesley College, where she hopes to major in gender studies and write for the student newspaper.

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