AAPI question and answer panel

University of La Verne students joined Elleni Koulos, Gwendolyn McInnes, Brent Blumenthal and Ryan Ingram to discuss the proper ways to be an ally to the Asian American and Pacific Islander community amid the extreme wave of hate crimes Monday via Zoom. / screenshot by Rachel Kendrick
University of La Verne students joined Elleni Koulos, Gwendolyn McInnes, Brent Blumenthal and Ryan Ingram to discuss the proper ways to be an ally to the Asian American and Pacific Islander community amid the extreme wave of hate crimes Monday via Zoom. / screenshot by Rachel Kendrick
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