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Manufou Liaiga-Anoa’i Leads with Intention and Humility

If celebrated Samoan activist Manufou Liaiga-Anoa’i wins in November, she will be the first Pacific Islander in California to sit on a city council. ...

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The Politics of Pretty

Being pretty has often been defined as having Eurocentric features, which many Asian Americans don't have. But it's time for us to take back our agency,...

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Navigating Parent Volunteer Groups as Families of Color

Parent volunteer groups, like Parent-Teacher Associations, are where parents get plugged into the social and volunteer lifeline of the school. Yet, parents of...

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To Be Asian is to Be Angry

Rage has always been a part of Asian American identity, contradicting the model minority stereotype. But even with our history of pain and rage, we can pursue...

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Eight New Children’s Books by Asian American Authors

Here are eight recent children's book releases that Mochi Mag has been reading, in anticipation of the new school year....

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Asian Baiting: The Controversial Trend that Rocked TikTok

Asian baiting, or Asianfishing, describes a non-Asian person's attempt to appear East Asian through makeup, dress, and mannerisms. The recent surfacing of this...

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Asian Americans For Abolition: Finding Our Place in the Movement

The abolition movement has gained momentum in recent years. Asian Americans are joining in the work to eliminate police and prisons for a better future. ...

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Why Asian American Activists are Fighting for Data Disaggregation

The umbrella term, Asian American, often perpetuates a stereotype that we're a monolith and model minority. Data disaggregation aims to address data inequity...

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Politics

In the late '60s, the slogan "The personal is political" came out of a second-wave feminist movement, presenting an alternative thought that politics is about...

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