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Interim Director of the Educational Opportunity Program and the Preparing Underrepresented Educators to Realize their Teaching Ambitions Project at Sonoma State University, Khou Yang-Vigil, shared her feelings and thoughts on being a part of the small AAPI community within Sonoma County.

Sakaki states, “Even then, Sonoma State has stayed confident.

Katelyn Castro, a third-year political science major and active member of the Filipino American Association of Sonoma State University (FAASSU), shared her thoughts regarding the school’s response towards anti-Asian hate crimes.

In an email interview, Sakaki, via written communication through the strategic communications department, said, “First, let me thank all of our AAPI students for the resilience and flexibility they continue to demonstrate.

We are a community, and we are here to support each other,” Sakaki stated.

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