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Death Anniversaries & Good Fortune: A Korean American Ghost Story

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Legitimate Tech: How NFTs Are More Than Just a Buzzword for Emerging AsAm Fashion Designers

If you’ve been following @diet_prada on Instagram, or you’re at least vaguely familiar with the history of colonization, you know plagiarism and...

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Immigrant Songs and Unexpected Love Stories: Why You Need to Read Yoon Choi’s “Skinship”

The only context in which I used to hear the word “skinship” growing up would be when my mother stated she was uncomfortable with it. “Skinship,” after...

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“Instead of Paddling Frantically, I Turned Onto My Back and Began to Float”: On Drowning … and Finally Seeking Mental Health Care on My Own Terms

This article is part of a series of articles commemorating Mental Health Awareness Month. We recognize that the stigma around mental health care — in Asian...

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Lazy Sundaes’ Recipe for Sweet Success during a Pandemic

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SPONSORED POST: Finding Home & Belonging in “While I Was Away”

Middle-grade memoir “While I Was Away” by Waka T. Brown explores the challenges and joys of reconnecting with one’s cultural heritage. In this sponsored...

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October 2020 Resource Roundup: 9 Black Activists to Follow on Instagram

No longer just an app for food pictures and selfies, Instagram (IG) has grown into a powerful social media platform for activism. This summer, “Black Lives...

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SPONSORED POST: Balancing Cultural Flavors and Identity in “Measuring Up”

A Tween Immigrant Chef Finds Courage in this Graphic Novel for Readers 8+ We’ve all been there: some version of a classroom potluck where you have to bring a...

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If We Defund the Police, Who Will We Call?

Curious about the “Defund the Police” movement? Here’s how reallocating exorbitant police budgets to social services instead will create better equipped,...

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Fight Anti-Blackness with our Asian Parents

“You can never date or marry a Black person.” These words, or some version of them, may be familiar to you. They were spoken by my parents when they...

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