“If you are a person who is standing up to pee, please put the seat up before you start, and put the seat down when you are done. Then flush and wash your hands.” I say these words to my kindergarten class of five- and six-year olds at the beginning of every year. When youContinue reading “Your Gender is in Your Heart, Not Your Pants by Laleña Garcia”
In class, Professor Bennett pushed us to understand that among the unfathomable destruction wreaked by European colonizers and plunderers on Africa, one often overlooked loss is the ability of scholars to analyze the culture and history of the continent on its own, without the European gaze.
In most institutions in our society, black life is an afterthought.
In retrospect, how could we as Asian Americans tackle conversations about race as important as Black Lives Matter when Asian Americans often feel invisible?