Black Lives Matter, a Lecture
Charles M. Blow, columnist for the New York Times
In our class, we have talked about the intersections of of race, ethnicity, and class which brings together the concerns of Asian/Americans with Black Americans. For example, we’ve discussed how the model minority stereotype arose in the 1960s as anti-Black discrimination at the same time Black Americans were demanding their civil rights and winning them on a national scale. We’ve also read about how that legacy is playing out on college campuses, such as at Princeton. Several of you have been interested in this intersection when you’ve written current events posts about Peter Liang and Akai Gurley, as well as Chris Rock’s jokes at the Oscars.
Attend this lecture my Charles M. Blow. What does he add to the conversation we’ve had in class about how Asian/Americans have something at stake in the movement #BlackLivesMatter? How can Asian/Americans be involved in the movement? How can those who identify as White Americans, with a working knowledge of Asian/American Studies, apply knowledge to the movement as well as participate in it?
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