Over the last few years the United States has been ignited by a wave of social justice activism. Protests in support of Black Lives Matter and against hate crimes targeting Asian Americans have been widely covered in the media, but what often remains out of the spotlight are the Black and Asian community leaders who rally for one another. Strong multicultural and multigenerational activism is at the core of realizing a better future.

During Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month our PSEG True Diversity Film Series will highlight important intersections between the Stop AAPI Hate and Black Lives Matter campaigns. Our panel, curated by the Fordham University AAPI Alumni Affinity Chapter, will discuss the value and challenges of coalition building, and will share their suggestions for uniting all people.

Discussion Guide

How to participate:

  1. Register here.
  2. Watch American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs for free at home. 
  3. Join us for a virtual panel discussion on Monday, May 22, at 7PM.


Radhika (Krish) Sehgal

Clinical Psychologist; DEI speaker/trainer
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Kwan-Lamar Blount-Hill

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, Arizona State University
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Don Kao

Director, CPC Project Reach
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Victoria Pratt

Executive Director, Odyssey Impact
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Kim Tran

author; activist
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