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Racial Justice 101: Colorblindness and the Social Construction of Race in America

Growing up in the culturally diverse San Francisco Bay Area, I was raised to be “colorblind.” My mother instilled in me a hope that I would look beyond...

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July 2020 Resource Roundup: Support Black-Owned Businesses

Last month, we discussed what it means to be an ally in thought, education and action. Being an active ally is at the heart of our work as Asian Americans...

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Juneteenth: One Among Untold American Histories

It’s mid-June, and while many patriotic Americans are gearing up for backyard barbecuing red-white-and-blue style, most Americans may not realize that June...

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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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June 2020 Resource Roundup: Learn to be an Ally

As co-editors of the Black Allyship @ Mochi column, we want to acknowledge our limited capacity and highlight resources already created by Black and Asian...

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Black Allyship @ Mochi: Mission Statement

The Black Allyship @ Mochi column is an ongoing project that urges an awareness of racial injustice in the United States, particularly the oppression of Black...

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