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Parents Are Human: A Game to Break Down Barriers

Joseph Lam created a card game to start conversations and build relationships with our parents....

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Summer 2021: “Families Grow, Shift and Change.”

Two years ago, I lost both my maternal grandmother — a woman who had bested two rounds of cancer two decades ago yet unexpectedly departed one November day...

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Laya DeLeon Hayes of “The Equalizer”: On Representation and Racial Identity

“We are seeing so many Black women, or biracial women like Kamala Harris, who are really leading a movement, and representing for all women of color out...

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Taking Hollywood by Storm — Diverso Uplifts Writers of Color

Even though it’s 2021, consistently diverse on-screen representation in the entertainment industry is a hard ask. In the last five years, there have been...

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What is “Decolonization”? A 101 from AAJIL

Ever wondered what “decolonizing” means? In social justice work and even daily life, decolonizing has definitely become a buzzwork, e.g. “decolonizing...

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February Resource Roundup: 5 Moments of Black & Asian Solidarity

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, anti-Asian hate crimes have been rising in number and prominence. And while outcries from our community are still...

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“Telling Our Own Stories”: Rising with the Tides, a storytelling project by Comcast California and Asian American Journalists Association

The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA)and Comcast California have partnered to present the Rising with the Tides Storytelling Project. The project...

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The Ins and Outs of Affirmative Action: California 2020 Proposition 16

When you hear the phrase “affirmative action,” what is the first thought that comes to mind? Your thinking probably immediately turns to race in the...

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It’s the Affirmative Action for Me: A Conversation With California Faculty Association Representatives on CA Prop 16

Affirmative action is always a hot button topic. Yet this year, California’s 24-year ban on affirmative action is up on the ballot. You might think this...

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Rock the Vote: Tips & Notes About Voting This November

Hey Mochi family! This is a quick PSA to tell you that your vote counts more than ever.  Voting rates among Asian American citizens remain low: During the...

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