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address the recent surge in anti-Asian xenophobia and violence during
the COVID-19 pandemic, the MOCA Teahouse Reading
Club will meet virtually on
Tuesday, May 18, 2021. MOCA's monthly discussion series on Zoom is focused on
selected key readings and is moderated by the Museum's education and
are centers of community life, places to chat and share ideas. We
invite you to our virtual teahouse for a discussion that will reflect
on the March 16 shootings at three massage parlors in Atlanta that
killed six women of Asian descent. A shocking incident that laid bare
the violent potential of seeing all Asian women as hyper-sexualized, it
has forced national conversation on the specific hardships of Asian
this discussion, which will consider the intersection of gender
dynamics, racism, class, immigration, and work opportunities on the
lives of Asian American women, we hope to nurture a more nuanced
dialogue around the issues we are facing right now and explore
strategies to build a more equitable future together.
following readings will be accessible in a downloadable link in the
registration email or directly here.
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REMEMBER, RECORD, RESPECT
Design by Evan Cheng
During Asian American and Pacific
Islander Heritage Month, the Museum welcomes people to submit their stories,
artwork, photos, videos, raw footage, recordings of audio or natural sound,
ephemera, rally posters, handmade signs, social media images, bystander
intervention materials, or merchandise used in fundraising campaigns for AAPI
causes to our OneWorld COVID-19 special collection. These submissions will be
considered for inclusion in an upcoming MOCA exhibition.