Becoming the Beloved Community event to be held April 20

Published: April 16, 2021

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The last Becoming the Beloved Community event for the semester will be held on Tuesday, April 20, where panelists will talk about the current climate of hate crimes. The event, Becoming the Beloved Community Amid Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders and Asians, is free and open to everyone.

Auburn students, faculty and residents of Asian and Pacific Islander descent will share their history and heritage as natives and immigrants from Asia and the Pacific Islands and reveal stories about current and past injustices.

Guests include:

Richard Lui

Anchor and Journalist NBC/MSNBC News

Author, Enough About Me: The Unexpected Power of Selflessness

Myounggi Chon

Assistant Professor, Public Relations

School of Communication and Journalism

Suhyah Suh

Associate Professor Emerita

Korea Corner

Juliane Vo (they/them)

Undergraduate student

Pre-Graphic Design, Psychology

My Ly (She/her)

Podcast Editor, The Auburn Plainsman


Nighet Ahmed

Co-founder and Advisory Board Member

International Women for Peace and Understanding

Kerry Baharnyi, MSW, LICSW, PIP

Soul-Affirming Counseling, LLC

Join the discussion from 6-7 p.m. online.

For more information, contact Joan R. Harrell.

Submitted by: Victoria Santos

Richard Lui

Richard Lui, anchor and journalist NBC/MSNBC News, will be a guest at the last Becoming the Beloved Community Amid Hatred Against Asians, Pacific Islanders and Asians event.