Dish it Up series to examine uptick in anti-Asian violence

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Dish it Up series to examine uptick in anti-Asian violence

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A protestor holds a sign at the End The Violence Towards Asians rally in Washington Square Park on Feb. 20, in New York City.

The Office of Academic Success and Intercultural Services’ “Dish it Up” series will examine anti-Asian violence, including incidents that have occurred in response to the global pandemic.

The virtual event, which is free and open to the university community, is 7 p.m. March 25 and will be available via Zoom.

"Late Night Dish It Up: Rise of Hate Crimes Against Asians" will be offered via Zoom at 7 p.m. March 25.
The “OASIS Late Night Dish it Up: Rise of Hate Crimes Against Asians” conversation will include presentations by Christina W. Yao, an assistant professor at the University of South Carolina, and Jackson Wu-Pong, assistant director of admissions. The presentation is hosted by the UNL Asian Student Union and OASIS.

Dish it Up is an interactive conversation series offered by OASIS. It is intended to allow individuals to share personal views, learn from others and engage in civil discussions concerning current events, topics affecting student lives, the university, nation and world.

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