Tribute and Remembrance:
Asian Americans After 9/11

by Wellington Z. Chen, Margaret M. Chin,
Shazia Khan &
Mohammad Razvi

[September 9, 2011]

6PM to 8PM

CUNY Graduate Center - Martin Segal Theatre
365 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan

 

 

A decade after the events of September 11, 2001, AAARI presents a special 10th anniversary encore screening of Tribute and Remembrance: Asian Americans After 9/11.

Commissioned by the Asian American Federation in 2003, Tribute and Remembrance documents the extensive effects the 9/11 tragedy had on the Asian American community, by examining the economic impact of Chinatown, the toll on taxi cab drivers, INS deportation of Muslims, the mental health impact and 3 victims' family stories. In addition, it highlights some of the philanthropic efforts of the Asian American community following the tragedy.

After the screening, panelists will discuss the impact of 9/11 on Asian American communities in New York City over the past decade.

Moderator: Shazia Khan, NY1 News

Panelists

  • Wellington Z. Chen, Chinatown Partnership Local Development Corp.

  • Margaret M. Chin, Hunter College/CUNY

  • Mohammad Razvi, Council of Peoples Organization

 

 

 


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