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Host Eric Diaz sits down with two University of St. Thomas - Houston (UST) professors, Dr. Crystal Tran, assistant professor of psychology, and Dr. Hans Stockton, dean of the Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences & Global Studies. They discuss the increased reporting and coverage of hate crimes on Asian Americans in the U.S. Dr. Tran breaks down the psychology behind hate and fear of the other. Dr. Stockton describes how it is important to separate the workings of a government from the people.

Both share how UST is trying to open the minds of their students to understand more about diversity and human dignity.

Dr. Crystal Tran
Assistant Professor, Psychology

Dr. Hans Stockton
Dean, Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences & Global Studies

Asian Americans are the fastest-growing racial or ethnic group in the U.S. - Pew Research Center

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Department of Education Designates UST an Asian-Serving Institution - University of St. Thomas - Houston

BOLD - A Student Perspective on Protests and Racism - University of St. Thomas - Houston

Not only is Houston getting more diverse, but residents' households are, too - Rice Kinder Institute for Urban Research

About the Author — Bridget Richardson

Bridget RichardsonA producer with MAX Studios, Bridget Richardson loves to engage in conversations with just about anyone. A sports fan and homebody, Bridget enjoys spending time with her family, watching baking shows, and traveling to understand different cultures and eat delicious food.

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