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The Creativity and Influence of Nonbinary and Gender-Nonconforming Digital Influencers

Question: Male or Female? Answer: Neither Why should our understanding of gender be confined to only the categories of male and female? Nonbinary and...

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Abortion Advocacy as an Asian American: Interview with Aimee Arrambide

Although Roe v. Wade protects a woman’s right to get an abortion, in many states, abortion is already inaccessible. In 2013, Texas’ HB 13 required abortion...

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We Cannot Trust White Society With Asian Justice

After the Atlanta spa shooting, I, alongside the feminist collective Asians4Abolition, gathered to mark the horrible hate crime with three vigils: a digital...

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Anti-Blackness Harms Our Communities: Finding Solidarity in the Wake of Anti-Asian Violence

Going to Chinatown became self-care trips for me during the global pandemic. These little grocery store outings, where I comforted myself with bubble tea, food...

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Naomi Osaka, New Face of The Asian Diaspora, Expands Our Thinking

Naomi Osaka is the moment. From an eponymous Netflix documentary series and a sold-out Barbie doll to penning an op-ed in TIME Magazine about the importance of...

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July Resource Roundup: Five Black Sustainability YouTubers to Follow

Whether you’re trying to transition to a more sustainable lifestyle or you simply want more sustainability-related content on your feeds, here are five Black...

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Growing into my Transracial Adoptee Identity

Lost in a sea of wavy blonde locks and blue irises, my straight black hair and brown eyes set me apart from classmates, teachers and family alike. For as long...

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These Anti-Asian Racism Organizations Are Proof That Care— NOT COPS — Protects The Community

As the Asian community grapples with the meaning of safety in the wake of surging hate crimes, these AAPI-led organizations are proof that care for the...

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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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“I Finally Let That Mindset and Hindrance Go and Learned to Embrace Who I Am”: Healing Through Affirmations, Decolonization, and NAPAWF

This article is part of a series of articles commemorating Mental Health Awareness Month, in partnership with National Asian Pacific American Women’s...

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