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

Grade Level Grades 9-12

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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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Thank you. Let us know if we can be helpful in any way. The best way to reach us to is DM us through twitter or facebook or find our contact information on our website - reimaginingmigration.org.
Adam Strom 1
April 01, 2020
Thank you. Let us know if we can be helpful in any way. The best way to reach us to is DM us through twitter or facebook or find our contact information on our website - reimaginingmigration.org.
Adam Strom 1
April 01, 2020
Great to use with my sophomores! I actually liked quite a few of your lessons. Thank you!
Ashley Molinar
March 31, 2020
Excellent lesson for raising awareness about discrimination.
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March 29, 2020