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...e absence anti-Asian in today’s discussions. In contrast, that tells me to think about the importance of comparing the concepts of each group and the impacts they share because of racism. In fact, there were some similar concepts between the event and the course in some ways such as creating group discussions after watching certain video, and the course material I had helped me to be knowledgeable about the history of Asian-American and comparing the suffer of the minor groups that discussed in the class and in the event. What makes the event more interesting is the association between concepts I learned in the class and apply them in the discussions were held during the event. Also, being informed from outside the class with different people and different ages is quite worthy and helped to build my knowledge about different groups and how they share the same aspects.
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