AAPI 2021 Heritage Month: Am I Enough? Being Multi-Racial in the AAPI Community

Thursday, April 15, 2021, 6 pm to 7:30 pm
Webex at https://wright.webex.com/meet/mia.honaker
Future Students
Current Students
The public

The number of multiracial Asian Americans is growing and how the way they define themselves and talk about identity are also changing. Join WSU students as they share their experiences and stories about being multi-racial in the AAPI community.  Discussion led by Dr. Max Tokarsky.  Dr. Tokarsky is a professional psychologist and teacher from Dayton, Ohio who specializes in child and family mental health.

Student Panelist:

  • Tionna Clyburn, Senior, Media Studies
  • Kris Compton, Junior, International Studies
  • Isabelle Hardesty, Senior, International Business
  • Sarah Lee, Sophomore, Psychology
  • Ben Osborn, Junior, Social Science Education
  • Rebekah Wyse, Senior, Social Work

Each year, we celebrate diversity by celebrating Asian American Asian Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month with programs that celebrate the rich AAPI culture, traditions and history.  The Office of Latinx, Asian and Native American Affairs (LANA) is celebrating this month virtualy due to COVID-19 safety precautions. Join us on Webex https://wright.webex.com/meet/mia.honaker or participate by phone by dialing 1-415-655-0003 then enter access code: 478 945 093.

All event are free and open to the public.  For more information about these events or LANA, please call 937-775-2798 or email at lana@wright.edu.

For information, contact
MIa Honaker
Associate Director
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