Since the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, we have seen horrible racial crimes and bullying incidents against the Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) community. Our community is now hypervisibilized and our youth are at high risk of being bullied online and at school.
This racial crisis also gave birth to countless movements of solidarity like #WashTheHate, Stop AAPI Hate, Hate Is A Virus, The Asian American Foundation's Anti-Hate Network and the passing of the historic COVID19 Hate Crimes Act.
Our voices are finally being heard, but the work is not done yet.
Now is the time to continue this momentum and create change - for our youth and our future generations.
We invite you to join us at 10AM PT/ 12PM CT/ 1PM ET on October 23, 2021 at Changemakers Summit 2021, sponsored by JPMorgan Chase, Sephora, McDonald's, Nickelodeon, PayPal, Pinterest, Leadership Conference for Civil and Human Rights, Anime Expo and EA.
The Summit is a virtual convening of youth, parents, educators, influencers and community members. We will inspire, educate, empower and celebrate the pipeline of future AANHPI leaders and community activists, with sessions from speakers including:
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