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From Boggs to Us: The Power of API Feminism

by Mandy Day

Asian American women often find themselves teetering between two worlds. If their families consist of newer generations of immigrants, the battle between traditional thinking and the more progressive ways of life in the United States can often fracture relationships. 866 more words

What a Mess can be Made

This turtle came with me on today’s walk. I found it yesterday morning when I took some torpor to the beach for a shakeup. The turtle sprawled there, about three feet from tip to flipper tip, as if swimming across the sand. 481 more words


Heartbeat of Struggle: The Revolutionary Life of Yuri Kochiyama - Diane C. Fujino

February 21, 1965 – Malcolm X is assassinated at the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem, New York.  As he lay mortally wounded on stage he is surrounded by close aides and friends struggling to keep him alive.   325 more words


Facebook Status Compilation #54

June Part III

June 18th: I’ve been telling 7th and 8th grade students that they can add me on Facebook after the semester ends, and since they don’t know my last name I’ve been writing it out on the whiteboard in Japanese and English. 185 more words

Yuri Kochiyama Remembers Malcolm X


Malcolm X was gunned down in the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem on February 21, 1965. Yuri Kochiyama cradled his head as he lay dying on the stage. 35 more words

Uncolonized History