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API Month celebration - Shared screen with speaker view
Huizhen Su
40:07
Thank you so much and congratulation Annie
Annie Yuen
40:44
Thank you so much everyone ❤️
Mildred Lewis
46:56
Great work Jess!
Jess Ayden Li (she/her)
47:08
Thank you - it takes all of us
Rudy Besikof
47:39
In addition to Tomato, I as a new president have appreciated the community support has provided to Laney College, especially this year.
Rudy Besikof
48:06
In addition to Tomoko, I as a new president have appreciated the community support Jess has provided to Laney College, especially this year.
Rudy Besikof
48:28
My apologies, as I did not see the auto correct error in my message.
Tomoko Ha (she/her)
49:21
I want to introduce Serena Chu, Former APASS ESL Instructor
Serena
49:51
Thank you! Great to be here.
Mildred Lewis
50:58
The most diverse ethnic group in the world is the AAPI community! Pay attention!
Mildred Lewis
54:03
I appreciate the TRUTH being shared!
Mildred Lewis
54:08
And it is Rich
John Salangsang
54:31
Powerful points Jessica, and appreciate hearing your story.
Rudy Besikof
58:34
This is an opportune time, as Ethnic Studies is now becoming a requirement in the CSU GE pattern.
Mildred Lewis
59:58
TRUE!!!!
Mildred Lewis
01:01:59
Yes Jess, and the changes in Chinatown are visible. It is clear that gentrification is happening. A ethnic reaping of Oakland. Oakland is strong because of the AAPI presence. How does Laney change not for the better with Chinatown being gentrified! SAD
Mildred Lewis
01:05:35
Yes, and there is support with intercultural dialogue!
Mildred Lewis
01:06:58
Yes and to your point Jess, identity development so that AAPI communities can own their story and proliferate it too
Mildred Lewis
01:08:49
So we are working on technology being culturally inclusive
Mildred Lewis
01:10:35
We see HUMANITY
Dixon Li
01:12:07
I am sorry I have to sign off early. But nice to meet everyone here and good seeing you again Dean Lewis.
Mildred Lewis
01:12:22
Take care Dixon!
John Salangsang
01:12:34
Have a good weekend Dixon!
Huizhen Su
01:12:52
Thank you Dixon joining us.
Mildred Lewis
01:13:43
Gentrification is threatening that
Mildred Lewis
01:13:49
We must pay attention
John Salangsang
01:14:02
@Dean Lewis great point
Mildred Lewis
01:14:14
It is already in motion
Mildred Lewis
01:14:58
DEI is not a adjective it is a verb
Mildred Lewis
01:17:16
Yes, we have great AAPI leaders in this zoom room, Phoumy & David and yet no AAPI instructional deans with a large AAPI community
Dr. David Lee, Laney College APASS Program
01:17:36
Thanks Dr. Dean!
Mildred Lewis
01:17:40
How does this impact inclusion and student learning outcomes
Mildred Lewis
01:18:04
We saw the disruption when we hit the papers internationally with our math instructor
Mildred Lewis
01:18:34
When there is inclusion at the table we can better interrupt this
APASS Counselor - Alex Lee (he/him/his)
01:19:50
Thank you Tomoko and Jess for speaking today!
Nancy Chieng (APASS Counselor) she/her/hers
01:20:05
yes thanks so much Tomoko and Jess for being here!
APASS Counselor - Alex Lee (he/him/his)
01:20:20
Thank you Dean Lewis and Dr. Lee for your leadership support!
Huizhen Su
01:20:22
Thank you so much everyone to join us.
Annie Yuen
01:21:08
So well said, dean!