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103. OPAWL: Building Community within Ohio's Asian American and Pacific Islander Community

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103. OPAWL: Building Community within Ohio's Asian American and Pacific Islander Community

March 13, 2022

103. OPAWL: Building Community within Ohio's Asian American and Pacific Islander Community

As the one-year anniversary of the Atlanta spa shootings approaches, host Dan Skinner talks with Sharon Kim and Rebecca Nelson of OPAWL, a grassroots member-led community that organizes for social justice and elevates the voices, visibility, and progressive leadership of Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander (AAPI) women and nonbinary people in Ohio. Dan, Sharon, and Rebecca discuss alarming increases in anti-Asian bias, discrimination, and violence and policies and initiatives to reduce such incidents.

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