Chicago Chef Beverly Kim Starts National Campaign To Fight Anti-Asian Hate

“It’s time to be re-educated,” Beverly Kim said. “People were making fun of me since I was 5 or 6, and they learned that from somebody.”

Chicago Chef Beverly Kim Starts National Campaign To Fight Anti-Asian Hate
Chef Beverly Kim Courtesy of Wherewithall
Chicago Chef Beverly Kim Starts National Campaign To Fight Anti-Asian Hate
Chef Beverly Kim Courtesy of Wherewithall

Chicago Chef Beverly Kim Starts National Campaign To Fight Anti-Asian Hate

“It’s time to be re-educated,” Beverly Kim said. “People were making fun of me since I was 5 or 6, and they learned that from somebody.”

Throughout April, chef Beverly Kim is partnering with the restaurant community in Chicago and around the U.S. for her #doughsomething campaign. The month long effort aims to raise awareness around the rise in anti-Asian hate and to raise funds for the national chapter of Asian Americans Advancing Justice.

Reset learns more about the campaign and how such efforts can lead to lasting change.

GUESTS: Beverly Kim, co-owner and co-chef at Parachute and Wherewithall

Kelly Ijichi, chef and co-founder of Mom’s at Marz Community Brewing Co.