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AGESW/RCMAR Special Event_2pm EST - Shared screen with speaker view
Nancy Kusmaul
15:09
Coming soon, AGE SW will be hosting a doctoral student webinar on the AGE SW Pre-Dissertation Fellows program which will be available this fall to first and second year doctoral students at the Gerontological Association of America annual meeting!
Tam Perry
29:39
Asian Pacific Islander Social Work Educator Association
Tam Perry
29:44
APISWEA
Yunshuang Zhang
36:11
Thank you so much for this must-have event!! I have to leave because my teaching starts at 2:30PM. Hope to join more conversations like this!
Nancy Kusmaul
36:34
If you are not already a member, please consider joining the Association for Gerontology Education in Social Work at agesw.org
Tam Perry
36:35
This event is being recorded. Check it out in the next few weeks on the agesw.org website
Tam Perry
46:05
Please let us know of questions/reflections in the chat.
himowe
49:02
OwnVoices is so important <3
Keith Chan (he/him)
50:39
https://secure.sswr.org/social-works-call-to-action-against-pandemic-othering-anti-asian-racism/
Darina Petrovsky
52:34
Thank you for this discussion. My question is: can Dr. Dong elaborate on the concept of acculturation and how it may play a role in current increase in violence towards Asian American older adults?
Nancy Morrow-Howell
53:58
Can Dr. Chan give us his best advice on how to confront the model minority myth (brief effective response when someone uses this phrase) AND explain how dangerous it is
Yawen Li Ph.D
55:11
I wonder why there is so little research down on racism and health among Asian older adults in the past?
Stephen Fogle
55:38
Thank you for this event. Open and maybe too broad question/ just searching for stories of experience. Perhaps this can contribute to Dr. Chan’s call for creating language of common cause and change: How do we as gerontologists balance advancing social justice for older adults and working with older adults that support white supremacist violence and/or colleagues unwilling or unable to come to terms with their white privilege/white fragility?
Carmen
55:45
Could we discuss the apparent generational divide in addressing public safety for older Asian Americans who seem to prefer law enforcement intervention/police patrols v. younger Asians who seek community ambassadors/ally with BLM?
Wanqing Liu
56:30
Dr. Dong, great talk! I am interested in your data about the racial disparity in government funding. Did your study just focus on social science area? What about the STEM area?
Ernest Gonzales, NYU (he/him series)
59:14
Both speakers did a great job reviewing the historical perspective of discrimination and both also acknowledged interactions with MLK/BLM movement. What lessons were learned through this allyship? What were some of the challenges as well?
himowe
01:03:41
How can allies to the AAPI community help to combat negative/positive stereotypes and tropes about the larger AAPI community in America?
Stephen Fogle
01:05:31
Thank you Dr. Chan for these suggestions about finding new partners and discerning our language and how we approach social justice.
Wanqing Liu
01:07:26
Thanks!
(SW) Laury
01:07:32
I am so grateful for WSU and the leaders for having this meeting. I have had my neighbors say to me anti-Asian comments especially in the last few years, and I want to learn how to diffuse this person (s) by asking maybe "why"? do you say that?
Dalton B
01:09:01
Thank you so much for these conversations, I feel grateful to have learned from you all today!
(SW) Laury
01:09:42
yes, same here, thank you
Tam Perry
01:10:44
Thank you to all of the sponsors today. WSU SSW, RCMAR, AGESW and APISWEA.
Matthew Myrick (He/ Him/ His)
01:10:45
Thank you for this meeting/ talk!
Susy Villegas
01:10:51
Thanks!
Lucy Donnellon
01:11:00
Thank you!
Iris Chi
01:13:36
Thank you for this talk.
Carmen
01:13:44
Let's invite older Asian Americans to participate!
Lauren Snedeker Rutgers School of Social Work (she/her/hers)
01:14:13
Thank you so much for this and I look forward to more opportunities
Tam Perry
01:14:49
Great idea. We could have programing from perspectives of older Asian Americans and practitioners serving older Asian Americans on a panel.
(SW) Laury
01:14:54
Yes, Dr. Dong, I agree, the grassroots is so important.
Catherine Faver
01:15:06
Thank you for this great session! I must sign off for another meeting.
Carmen
01:15:48
everyone should be muted unless speaking. thx.
Cindy Vang
01:15:48
I second Dr. Dong's idea of listening to community organizations that have historically served the Asian and Asian American community.
Leslie Carlin
01:16:03
Signing off too. This has been a great session—thank you for organizing and disseminating. I am attending from Canada.
Lin Jiang
01:16:07
Thank you for this talk!
Ernest Gonzales, NYU (he/him series)
01:16:26
I have to sign off too. Thank you all for a great talk and ideas!
Nancy Morrow-Howell
01:17:43
Thanks Drs. Chan, Perry and Dong.
Cindy Vang
01:18:02
Thank you for holding this space. I am taking some great ideas away from all the speakers today. Take care everyone!
himowe
01:18:38
thank you so much for this presentation.
Becca Smith-Grantham
01:18:49
Thank you so much!
Peter Sun
01:18:51
Thank you!
Carmen
01:18:53
Thank you for this engaging discussion!
Veronica Sousa
01:18:55
Thank you!!
Yuanjin Zhou
01:18:58
I really appreciate the discussion around allyships and many other important issues. Thank you very much for organizing!