educate, identity, lifestyle, opinion

How Gossip Culture and Comparing Is a Poisonous Concoction for Misogyny

“You have shamed me, you have shamed us, why do you have to go and do these things? Why can’t you just be normal?”

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educate, identity, lifestyle

The Racial Tensions Between Bronzeville and Little Tokyo and the Impact of “Model Minority” Myth on Interracial Relations

Learn more about Bronzeville and Little Tokyo, the “Model Minority” mindset, and how white America created tensions between Asian and Black Americans.

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Meet Two Bangladeshi Women Creating Mental Health Awareness in the Bengali Community

Two Bangladeshi women took a good look at their upbringing and realized the lack of mental health awareness, resources, and tools in the Bengali community. Tazin, and Riya then created and co-founded the Bengali Mental Health Movement, an organization for the Bangladeshi community! Sanjeda Nayeem sat down and chatted with Tazin and Riya to learn more about the new and thriving organization. 

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educate, identity, lifestyle, poetry

In Conversation with Nadia Misir: on Archives, Reclaiming Grammars, Poetry in Ordinary Moments, the Politics of Commutes, and Social Media

Nadia Misir is a writer from Queens, New York. Her writing explores “diaspora, intimacy, grief, and growing up Guyanese in Queens.” Read Amanda’s interview with Misir and how she navigates the otherness and longing of diaspora.

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Nike x Amara Ramdhanny: Exploring Indo-Caribbean Identities / दुगला (Dugala)

Amara Ramdhanny came out with a sneaker design with Nike, called “Isle of Spice”! Amara collaborated with Sorjo so we can dig into her creative mind to see the inspiration behind her Nike design and learn more about her ancestral history as Indo- Caribbeans hold such rich histories but are often left out of the conversation.

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