SDG10: Reduced Inequalities 

Addressing Asian discrimination in Alberta.

Anna Rediger

Individual Video Interviews

Groups got a chance to answer a few questions about their topic and the exhibition. 

Visualizing the Problem

Racism has been an issue amongst society for ages, and it is important that we keep in mind everyone is equal no matter what age, gender, or race they identify as. For this reason, this project focused on addressing Asian discrimination in Alberta through thorough research, field work and interviews. The reason for choosing this topic was simple: minorities, more specifically Asians, don’t get enough recognition towards how they were treated and continue to be treated after events such as COVID-19. People often neglect the effects acts of racism or discrimination has on others, which is why this project highlights some of them in order to develop an understanding towards the lack of education on Asian discrimination. As a way to inform the public and in acknowledgement of the Asian community, during the month of May, Asian Heritage Month is celebrated and understood as an opportunity for like-minded people to come together and support one another.