Kung Flu: A History of Hostility and Violence Against AAPIs
The Month of May marks Asian Pacific American Heritage Month where cultural contributions from East Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Oceania are celebrated across the United States. However, Asian American hate crimes and prejudice have spiked in recent history and what we are seeing today is unfortunately a continuing manifestation of this pervasive bias.
Join Hinshaw’s Asian Pacific American Affinity Network for an eye-opening trip into the past and present struggles with violence against the AAPI community in a series of recreations of real events, news stories, and trials – with roles played by the attorneys of Hinshaw.
Originally created by the Asian American Bar Association of New York, Hinshaw has been granted exclusive permission to recreate this compelling and novel program.
Attorneys may earn CLE credit by attending this 90-minute program. All applications are currently pending. Please be aware that CLE credit hours are not guaranteed and may vary from state to state. More CLE information will be forthcoming once it is available.
Should you have any questions regarding CLE, please contact John Wynne, Hinshaw's Attorney Development and CLE Specialist.
Please contact Hinshaw Partner, Sheng Beh.