Anti-Chinese Racism: How Coronavirus Racism Infected My High School

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What can you do when hate spreads in your community? This lesson builds off the four-minute New York Times Op-Doc narrated by Katherine Oung, an 11th grader in Florida. In the film, Oung shares what it is like to be a target of the anti-Chinese racism that has flared up in reaction to the Coronavirus Pandemic, suggesting that bigotry spreads like a virus and it is all of our responsibility to make sure it doesn’t spread.

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March 2020
Great to use with my sophomores! I actually liked quite a few of your lessons. Thank you!
April 2020
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March 2020
Excellent lesson for raising awareness about discrimination.
April 2020
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