Nwe Oo, CHAA’s director of Health Equity Programs for immigrants, addressed the United Nations General Assembly in a Special Session on Refugees and Migrants. Nwe, herself a former refugee, addressed the special needs and issues of Refugees and Migrants.
Presented by speakers Nwe Oo and Fatai “Tai” Tokolahi from the Community Health for Asian Americans (CHAA) in Oakland, CA. This event, which is part of Mills' South Asian Middle Eastern Asian Pacific Islander (SAMEAPI) Awareness Month, will be located in the Faculty/Staff Lounge.
Tai is a community advocate for the Pacific Islander people here in Alameda County and he will be talking about deconstructing masculinity in the Pacific Islander community, sexual health in the API community, and how men can be better allies for women.