Transformation Tuesday: Race, Racism, and Asian Americans in Dallas

Dallas Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation presents Transformation Tuesday, a community-driven online series examining the ways race and racism impact every aspect of our lives, and what we as a community can do to change and transform it.

This panel focused on race, racism and racial equity within the Asian American community.

Amy Tran-Calhoun
Dr. HaeSung Han
Nancy Tien
Sagar Desai
Soudary Kittivong-Greenbaum

Moderated by Stephanie Drenka


  • Betsy Julian says:

    Thanks so much for making these available to those of us who can’t always tune in for the live discussion. These are great programs! I’ve been in Dallas along time and been involved in the evolution of the city grappling with these issues. One of the best things about TRHT Is realizing how many great young people are going to be carrying on this work and hopefully making the real change that is necessary in our city. Thanks again!

  • Paul Provost says:

    Thank you for your candid remarks about this vital issue.
    Since only one of the panelists was born outside of USA I humbly suggest a program of first generation immigrants. There is racism in the home countries. How does that affect the newcomers attitudes towards Americans who come in all colors?
    Please repeat the websites that the panelists recommend at a slower speed so that older folks can write them down for further contact.

  • Kevin D Lee says:

    It is a testament to the emergence of diversity in Dallas for this panel to be heard and be received. As a Black man, I have witnessed the negative racial stereotypes Asian-Americans have endured as the COVID pandemic has permeated through American society. I am of the optimistic belief those who are making a positive impact on the City of Dallas will continue their path to end such apathetic divisiveness and uphold the beauties within such an inclusive and diverse city.

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