PAO! Intergenerational Model Minority Mutiny Workshop
The Model Minority Mutiny workshop supports Asian community members in a) exploring their identity and b) considering the idea of model minority mutiny as an act of solidarity with Black and Indigenous communities.

This online workshop will be a facilitated space and is specifically designed for Asians to bring along a family member or friend with whom you might want to have conversations about the model minority myth and inter-racial solidarity, but perhaps are not sure where to begin. Bring a parent or grandparent, a sibling, a cousin, a child, a niece or nephew: anyone with whom you'd like to share discussion and conversation.

We will be engaging in self-reflection and 1-1 breakout discussion.

Date: Friday, July 16, 2021
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Zoom

Since we are exploring some important topics, we ask that you plan to stay for the entire workshop.

You will receive an email with the workshop agenda and Zoom link on Thursday, July 15.
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Who is your guest? *
Please share their full name and your relationship.
What are your pronouns and your guest's pronouns?
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Are you or your guest of Asian descent? *
How familiar are you with the model minority myth? *
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How familiar is your guest with the model minority myth? *
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How would you assess your knowledge about slavery and anti-Black racism in Canada and its impacts on Black communities? *
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We want to acknowledge that exploring our identities and the model minority myth can bring up challenging experiences of anti-Asian racism, white supremacy, misogyny, and other oppressions. If there is anything you'd like the facilitators to know about you, please use the space below to share.
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