Charlotte Lee (Assistant Professor, Ryerson University) Haochen (Tony) Xu (Sheridan Police Foundations student) Agnes Li (Administrative staff)
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Discrimination, racism and stigma can compound when a global pandemic strikes. Xenophobic sentiments can insidiously surface creating a culture of blame and shame for members of specific groups. Join our presenter and panelists to learn about their recent experiences both at Sheridan and in their local communities. Particular attention will be paid to mental health issues and perceptions of racism and stigma. Come and learn about the lived experiences of our students and colleagues.
discrimination, racism, global pandemic, COVID-19, pandemic, Xenophobic, mental health
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Lee, Charlotte; Xu, Haochen (Tony); Li, Agnes; and Centre for Equity and Inclusion, "Combating Xenophobia and Stigma Against the East Asian Community During COVID-19" (2020). Webinars. 12.