Online Discussion – Occupation, Cultural Invisibility, & Hate Crimes: The APIDA Experience

Monday 3 May 2021, 7:00 pm – 8:30pm CDT, online (USA)


A panel discussion centered on the history of the Asian/Asian diaspora in the U.S., the model of the minority myth, and cultural differences.

In the spirit of justice and solidarity, the Coalition of Occupational Therapy Advocates for Diversity in collaboration with faculty, practitioner, and student advocates from the APIDA community, present Occupation, Cultural Invisibility, and Hate Crimes in the U.S.: The APIDA Experience!

This COTAD Conversation will convene Monday, May 3, 2021 at 7 pm CDT on Zoom. Attendees will hear from keynote speaker, Dr. Kathy Wong(Lau), and panelists representing academia, clinical practice, and student perspectives.

This panel discussion will address the following objectives:

  • Gain a nuanced understanding of anti-Asian racism and discrimination in the U.S
  • Appreciate the importance of visibility and representation of the Asian American experience in occupational therapy education and practice
  • Identify ways to stand in solidarity as students, practitioners, and academics with the APIDA community


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