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‘Cowardly and unconscionable’: Olivia Munn and Asian American women speak out after racist Zoombombing

The “Newsroom” and “X-Men: Apocalypse” star posted on Instagram that she and a group of Asian American women were hosting a virtual Lunar New Year event on Monday about “how to stop anti-Asian hate” when the gathering was “targeted by a zoom bombing of horrific, violent, racially charged images and audio.”

The gathering was shut down after the Zoombomber shared vulgar images and anti-Asian hate speech, but the discussion resumed 15 minutes later with attendees rejoining the conversation, a National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum spokesperson told NextShark.

NAPAWF’s executive director Sung Yeon Choimorrow, Priscilla Tsai of Cocokind and Amy Liu of Tower 28 Beauty, as well as the Asian American Girl Club and more than 100 AAPI creators, were all present for the event.

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