"As ecologists and evolutionary biologists, it is important to recognize that issues surrounding AAPI do not exist in a vacuum and that these issues affect some of our students and colleagues in and outside of the classroom and lab. Recently, anti-Asian racism has been brought to the forefront of US society. Though media attention has primarily focused on how COVID-19 fears motivated both violent and nonviolent racist incidents against East Asians in 2020 (e.g., Chinese and Taiwanese Americans) (Tessler et al. 2020), attacks on other AAPI groups, such as South and Southeast Asians (e.g., Filipino, Pakistani, and Vietnamese Americans) (Truong 2020, Kuo and Bui 2021), have continued to occur. Thus, there is a need to both discuss and address how issues of racism toward the AAPI community manifest in our own academic communities."
Nguyen, K. H., A. K. Akiona, C. C. Chang, V. B. Chaudhary, S. J. Cheng, S. M. Johnson, S. S. Kahanamoku, A. Lee, E. E. de Leon Sanchez, L. M. Segui, and R. L. Tanner. 2021. Who are we? Highlighting Nuances in Asian American Experiences in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Bull Ecol Soc Am 00(00):e01939. https://doi.org/10.1002/bes2.1939
Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License.