Centerpiece Conversation II: A Big Price to Pay
From the struggle for BIPOC rights to the impact of Covid on Chinatown and other ethnic communities to the rise in domestic violence as we shelter-in-place, this year has challenged our immigrant communities like no other. As part of our 2020 fundraiser Rebuilding the Dream, API Legal Outreach presents a series of three Centerpiece Conversations examining this year’s key issues driving our work and the world. These virtual events promise to be engaging, informative, and vital. Join us the first three Wednesdays in December at 6pm PT.
The second of our three-part series.
CENTERPIECE CONVERSATION II:
A Big Price to Pay
A look at the true cost of coronavirus on our ethnic communities with:
- Allan Low, Partner, Perkins Coie
- Ryan Kimura, Small Business Owner, Pika Pika
- Cally Wong, Executive Director, API Council
- Diane Matsuda, Staff Attorney, API Legal Outreach (moderator)
When it comes to the impact of Covid on our local businesses, our Asian ethnic neighborhoods have been hit harder than most. We take a close look at the impact shutdowns have had on Chinatown, Japantown, Little Saigon, SoMA, and beyond.
This event is free to attend with a suggested donation. To attend and donate, click this viewing link.