Let us oppose discrimination and lift each other up at the same time.
For people like me, “making it” means constantly leaving because your home can’t provide for you.
I looked out the window with a glass of champagne in one hand and a macaron in the other, wondering if I would ever get a better view in my life.
It seems that now more than ever, the uncertain future of Asian-American politics calls for more collective action.
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