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Nikole Hannah-Jones: Speaking Frankly About Progress, Hope, and the Present

“The United States has come a long way from the past. This … has compelled generation after generation to overlook the present.” — from an essay in "The 1619 Project"

Lucina Kayee: The Stories of Foster Youth

No child should ever feel like they have to hide who they are.

Unheard Stories: Asian Americans Experiencing Hate

How disrespectful it is that eight members of our community were killed and we were met with ‘Happy St. Patrick’s Day’ greetings from white colleagues the next day. We saw more social media posts about celebrations than acknowledgement of our suffering and our grieving.

Social Isolation: A Welcome Intervention

Oddly enough, the mask mandate is a welcome intervention in an exhausting performance of white pacification.

In the News: February 2021

Asian American Visibility The Council for Asian American…

In the News: December 2020

A nurse called attention in September to hysterectomies performed by a gynecologist on detained migrants without their full consent.

About the World Without George Floyd

This week, many of the people who contribute to our story sharing are deeply engaged in the community — in protest, in grief, in rage, in solidarity.

After the Storm

"Where We Were After The Storm" by Corey Habbas In this conversation…

BookShelf: Understanding Implicit Bias

Stephanie L. Lewis (Photo by Sarah Whiting) Tanya*, a 34-year-old…

Bad people from Other Places

Under the living room sofa in the home of my Egyptian in-laws,…

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