There have been over 4000 documented incidents of verbal and physical hatred directed against Asian Americans since March 2020. Women, elders and youth have been disproportionately impacted.
These grants will positively impact well-being, improving academic achievement, and providing relief from COVID-19 for students of color and their families.
“For those who have questioned our white privilege, I offer you this. The existence of institutional or systemic racism does exist. It does not make us bad people, but it requires us to participate in the remedy.”
Health & Humanities Research Seminar with Dr. Jewell Mullen on “Health Equity and COVID-19 Vaccinations” (2/8/21)
Dr. Mullen’s upcoming presentation, “Health Equity and COVID-19 Vaccinations,” will reflect on her current work as one of members of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s influential Committee on Equitable Allocation of Vaccine for the Novel Coronavirus.
Hogg Foundation receives $1.1 million from Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to advance mental health and well-being for youth of color and their families
In December, CZI announced a $7 million commitment to 5 community organizations, including Hogg.