Tag Archives: racism

Saying “2020 has been a weird year” is an understatement. Nevertheless, I’m really grateful when I look back at the…

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In my conversation with the Rev. D. Maurice Charles, the first African American chaplain at the University of Chicago, he…

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 In my conversation with writer Karen Rile, we discuss her experience of parenting four artistic children and her interest…

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In my conversation with composer Byron Au Yong, we discuss his works, “Stuck Elevator,” “The Ones,” and “Activist Songbook,” a…

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In my conversation with composer Byron Au Yong, we discuss why writing well “is a power”;  his childhood experiences with…

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 In this conversation with violinist, conductor, and scholar, Sean Wang, we discuss the implicit bias Asians experience in white…

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In this conversation with violist Celia Hatton, we discuss racism, implicit bias and microaggressions; the illusion of meritocracy in classical…

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In this conversation that took place shortly before the pandemic and shelter-in-place order, award-winning writer Mai Der Vang and I…

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I saw a bag of Gochujang Potato Chips from Whole Foods and I was thrown back in time to my…

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In my conversation with pianist, professor, and writer, Mina Yang, we creating space for conversations about racism against East Asians…

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