Past Event

Men in the Movement: Harold and Kumar Fight the Patriarchy

RVA Men in the Movement Fall Series flyerJoin Men in the Movement for Harold and Kumar Fight the Patriarchy, a discussion on Asian-American masculinity. How we see Asian-Americans comes from a long history of anti-immigrant laws, offensive portrayals by Hollywood, and the cheap Lo Mein in your refrigerator.

But how do these stereotypes effect our view of Asian survivors? Asian perpetrators?

Join us to share and learn!

People of all genders are welcome. Wheelchair accessible.

This event is part of the “Men in the Movement” series and is funded, in part, by an Illinois Humanities Community Grant as part of its Illinois Speaks program. To see other upcoming Illinois Speaks events, visit our events page. Apply here for an Illinois Speaks Community Grant. Learn more about our Community Grants program.

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Men in the Movement’s mission is to increase male accountability in the anti-rape movement through community-based discussions. Men in the Movement focuses on the intersection of sexual violence with masculinity, identity, culture, and politics.