Self, Community and Nation: Health Justice in the Wake of Anti-Asian Violence

By Pacific College - April 7, 2021
In the wake of the recent rise in Anti-Asian violence, East-Asian medicine colleges and our student, faculty, and alumni communities throughout the U.S. are sharing in the grief and outrage and grappling with what we can do.
At Pacific College the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Committee is analyzing and addressing college community education, curriculum, faculty hiring and retention, issues around appropriation, unconscious bias, micro-aggressions, and more with regard to Equity Diversity and Inclusion in all of its facets.
Some upcoming events that may be of interest to friends of the college, with regard to Anti-Asian Violence include the following:

April 11th, 4:30-6:30pm (PST)/7:30-9:30pm (EST)

Asian Americans Advancing Justice: Discussion with the CEO

Invitation to all East-Asian medicine College communities through Council of Colleges or acupuncture and Oriental medicine and Emperor’s College in LA.

April 18th, 3pm PT / 6pm ET

Self, Community and Nation: Health Justice in the Wake of Anti-Asian Violence

A workshop organized in part by Pacific College Alumni addressing health justice liberation in the East Asian medicine field. Invitation is to administrators and faculty from acupuncture schools, students, alumni, national and state organizations, the national board, and businesses to stand in solidarity with Asian Americans.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to CAAV Organizing Asian Communities, a pan-Asian community-based organization advocating the needs for low-income Asian immigrants and refugees.

Ongoing Bystander Intervention

Trainings can be accessed here:

Is a Career in Acupuncture Right for You? Take The Career Readiness Quiz