Tue, Dec 07 | https://youtu.be/lfW5MIEg81A

Collective Healing with Jessica Hsu

Her Many Voices Foundation is delighted to present Jessica Hsu, a Chinese-American anthropologist and solidarity activist based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, for our December Lunch and Learn on Dec 7, 12PM Mountain Time.
Collective Healing with Jessica Hsu

Time & Location

Dec 07, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM MST
https://youtu.be/lfW5MIEg81A

About The Event

Jessica Hsu is a Chinese-American anthropologist and solidarity activist based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Her work carries the hope of weaving together the strengths of different communities in order to inspire collective healing and social justice. She believes strongly that Haitians, the original abolitionists in 1804, will relive this history spurring systematic racism globally to crumble.  Hsu was born in Syracuse, NY and grown in New Jersey, later making her way across the country to San Francisco, and eventually to Haiti in 2002. She calls New York, San Francisco, Taiwan (where her parents live and were raised), as well as Haiti - all HOME.  

This conversation will be led by Myrna James. James is a publisher, journalist, and interpreter of high tech. Her publication Apogeo Spatial illuminates how data from space is used to study the earth for the sake of humanity.   

These are two pieces Hsu co-wrote after this year's August 14th earthquake in Southern Haiti: https://nacla.org/news/2021/08/16/haiti-earthquakes-solution https://www.counterpunch.org/2021/09/10/haitians-helping-haitians/

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