SBA and AALSA host event on the History of Asian Discrimination in the United States

April 5, 2021

On April 5, the Elisabeth Haub School of Law Student Bar Association and Asian American Law Students Association presented an event in support of our Asian students and in response to the violence and discrimination the community has experienced. The event focused on the learning more about the Asian American experience and long-standing discrimination of Asian people in America. During the event,  surprising and little-known case law and statutes were explored and the long history of Asian discrimination and Asians being treated as an “other” group in our country was discussed. Haub Law student Kasama Star led the presentation and a discussion followed by panelists Mayo Bartlett, Bill Kaung, Karen King and Tejash Sanchala.

You can view the presentation here.

Kasama Star
Kasama Star, Haub Law Student

Mayo Bartlett, Principal, Law Offices of Mayo Bartlett, PLLC

Karen King
Karen King, Partner, Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Anello PC

Bill Kaung, VP of Programs & VP of Advocacy, OCA-Asian Pacific American Advocates Westchester & Hudson Valley Chapter


Tejash Sanchala, Executive Director, Westchester Human Rights Commission

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