How to Talk about Race 坐談種族
Keith Richburg, Director of the Journalism and Media Studies Centre at the University of Hong Kong leads a discussion around post-colonialism, race and the Black Lives Matter movement in Asia. Panelists Lisa Leung, author of Understanding South Asian Minorities in Hong Kong, social worker Jeffrey Andrews and contributors to Spill Stories anthology Black in Asia, Lois Orekoya and Ann Marie Ilunga, consider what conversations about race should be taking place in Hong Kong.
Venue: JC Cube, Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Arts, 10 Hollywood Road, Central.
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《Understanding South Asian minorities in Hong Kong》的作者梁旭明、Spill Stories中《Black in Asia》的撰稿人Lois Orekoya、社工Jeffrey Andrews 與 Ann Marie Ilunga 將在香港大學新聞與媒體研究中心主任Keith Richburg的主持下一起討論亞洲的後殖民注意，種族主義與Black Lives Matter運動；亦同時思考於香港，應以什麼樣的對話方式與內容探討種族問題。
Featuring (click on author names to read more)
Keith Richburg is Director of Journalism and Media Studies Centre at The University of Hong Kong.
Lisa Y.M. Leung is an associate professor at Department of Cultural Studies, Lingnan University.
Lois and her family moved to Singapore from Nigeria when she was only a year old.
Harmony “Anne-Marie” Ilunga is from the Democratic Republic of Congo and moved to Hong Kong in 2011 as a refugee.
An Indian by descent, Hong Kong-born and raised Jeffery Andrews is one of the first ethnic minority registered social workers in Hong Kong.