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Asian American Alice Wong Forefronts the Magic Within the Disability Community in “Disability Visibility”

There are 61 million people in America living with disabilities. That’s one in every four people. While the wheelchair symbol is the most common...

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Revisiting Asian American Privilege

In this time of racial reckoning, many organizations in Asian American communities have paused to make solidarity statements, organize and facilitate workshops...

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August 2020 Resource Roundup: Read for Yourself — Five Articles by Black Female Writers

Black Allyship @ Mochi’s August resource roundup focuses on educating oneself based on sources already available. Instead of asking for free labor from Black...

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Woks for Washington

Grace and Cathleen Shi founded Woks for Washington, an organization giving restaurants in the D.C. metro area a little boost and, simultaneously, feeding...

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Black Allyship @ Mochi Spotlight — Educate 626: San Gabriel Valley Community Unites in Solidarity With Silent Movement

“I’m at a loss for how to talk to him,” she said to me.  I sat cross-legged in the passenger seat of a friend’s car, listening to her vent about...

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Finding Common Ground — One Dinner Party at a Time

In response to police shootings of Black men and the election of Trump into office, Justine Lee turned from her despair and paired up with Tria Chang to start...

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Meet the Filipino Women Activists of GABRIELA

For the women of GABRIELA, resistance and community are one.  On March 7, 2020, the Los Angeles chapter of GABRIELA joined the International Women’s Day...

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Jeanelle Austin: Shining a Ray of Justice and Joy with Racial Agency Initiative

In the weeks after George Floyd’s murder, you might have noticed the number of racial justice posts in your social media feed swell and then subside. Some...

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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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Solidarity in Action: Get to know National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum and their executive director, Sung Yeon Choimorrow

We caught up with the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF) to discuss the health implications of COVID-19, specifically for Asian American...

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