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Asian American Voices

Alumni perspectives in a time of increased hate incidents.

June 2, 2021

The Fears I Can’t Wash Away

‘If a gun points toward me or a fist or blunt object comes down on me, I have no witty response to deliver in perfect English.’

By

Christine Nguyen Lerios

August 6, 2021

An Acute Case of Disorientation: The Asian American Angle

What it’s like at the boundary of two worlds.

By

Alan Tien

July 7, 2021

An Asian Americanist Framework

My identity isn’t a cultural essence. It’s a political state of mind.

By

Mae Lee

June 17, 2021

Never Enough

The tolls of a ‘better future’ focus.

By

Minjia Zhong

June 10, 2021

The ‘Model Minority’ Conundrum

What Justice Scalia and hate crimes have taught me about being Asian American.

By

Mamei Sun

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