Munn, the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum and Asian-American beauty brand Cocokind had gathered to discuss efforts to end discrimination against the AAPI community. They wrote about the incident on their respective Instagram accounts.
“Although it disrupted our conversation, we later resumed it because these evil acts will not stop the conversation,” both Cocokind and the NAPWF wrote. “We started our event with beautifully upbeat and empowered members of the AAPI community speaking about our experiences and using our voices, and we will continue.”
“You can tell me anything you want, this has nothing to do with me being Asian, but when I look at photos of Michelle Go and read the story, I see myself in it,” said Sung Yeon Choimorrow, executive director of the NAPAWF, earlier this to DailyExpertNews. month.