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'Asian American Experience During Racially Charged Times: A Transpersonal Perspective'
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The Sofia Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning is hosting a virtual panel discussion titled, “Asian American Experiences During Racially Charged Times: A Transpersonal Experience”, to explore issues of race, ethnicity, personal and cultural identity within the Asian American experience. We seek to understand the root cause of the problems we now encounter as a community of learning.
The panel will be convened by Marilyn Schlitz, PhD & MA, professor of Sofia’s Transpersonal Psychology Doctorate program. Speakers include Diana Lee Inosanto, Actress and Director most widely recognized for her role as Magistrate Morgan Elsbeth on The Mandalorian, Peggy Wu, PhD, Alumnus of Sofia and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and Ann Hsu, PhD, a Licensed Clinical Psychologist.
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