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For All the Wars Inside Me

For All the Wars Inside Me

For years now I have followed a young Pinay (=Filipina American) artist and activist named Ruby Veridiano, whom I believe I have mentioned a couple of times on this blog before. I believe that currently, Ruby has just returned from working with youth in the Philippines to promote literacy, but she is also a dope-ass … Continue reading

CPAF training & the Clothesline Project

CPAF training & the Clothesline Project

By July 20th, I will have spent 65 hours of my summer learning about and discussing domestic violence and sexual assault (yeah this isn’t an uplifting post, but sadly these are things that happen to about one in four women in the U.S. and therefore topics that need to be addressed). These sessions are part … Continue reading

Wrap it up

Saying that always reminds me of my favorite song by reggae band Katchafire :) But seriously, May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, and even though it’s more than half over I’ve decided to contribute to Asian American/Asian Pacific Islander (API) identity awareness by reposting the more interesting API-related material I’ve finally caught myself up with since … Continue reading