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Confessional Vulnerability in Action: How Positionality and Privileges Inform Our Biases

One of the winners of Mochi's Writing for Change essay contest describes how positionality and privileges inform our biases and how we can deconstruct and...

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Interview With the Founders of Black x API Solidarity Group

Read about how the three founders of the Black and Asian/Pacific Islander Solidarity Group are building authentic and caring connections between communities....

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Reaching Asian Power: To Build Solidarity, Asian Americans Must Know Ourselves First

Zhou-Lee connects the historic oppression of Asian Americans to erasure, invisibilization, racial triangulation, and how these keep Asian Americans from...

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Injustice by Design, Solidarity by Choice

The 1992 Los Angeles Uprisings, or Saigu, traumatized many in the Black, Korean, and other communities. Thirty years later, what have we learned?...

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Actor John Cho on His Middle Grade Debut “Troublemaker,” the LA Riots, and Social Justice

When the George Floyd protests happened last year, actor John Cho immediately thought about how his children would understand and perceive the events unfolding...

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A Power Letter to Asian Women

Rohan Zhou-Lee pens a power letter to Asian women, reminding us of our brilliance, heroism, and inherited centuries of Asian woman power....

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Writing for Change Essay Contest

Mochi seeks to co-create a history where Asian Americans stand in solidarity with Black communities. That’s why we are announcing our first annual Writing...

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“A Shot Through the Wall” Explores Asian American Accountability in Systemic Racism

Director Aimee Long's film "A Shot Through the Wall" is a complicated snapshot of racism in America, centered around the story of a Chinese American police...

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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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