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In My Culture, Having A Period Is Powerful

I park my car on the side of the street and turn off the engine. From my side-view mirror, I see him emerge from his mauve Camry and lean against the Read...

Lovers & Fighters In America: Meet The Nonnas Of The World

Enoteca Maria is truly a place where cultures are celebrated through cuisine. And a recent project, launched by the restaurant, takes this Read...
Shannon Day    |   12.30.16   |   SHARE
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Why I Chose To Shop Marimekko x Target After Swearing Off Fast Fashion

I've been really trying to think about every purchase I make and its overall impact on the world. However, I recently broke code and indulged in the Read...
Aja Barber    |   05.11.16   |   SHARE

The Stich In My Side: Renavigating Racial Identity Through Lilo & Stitch

This film had the power to help me process my own childhood as a second-generation Japanese American. Read...
Clare Eriko    |   11.22.14   |   SHARE

Not Your Grandma’s Hindu Gods

A new wave of graphic novels gives Hindu deities a modern super hero makeover. Savvy progression, or insult to heritage? Read...
Jane Jones   |   07.31.14   |   SHARE