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March 23, 2021

5 Ways We Can Start Decolonizing Asian-Originated Self-Care Practices

The United States of America is no stranger to white violence. In fact, one would be hard pressed to identify a single structure or institution in the western world that doesn’t have its roots firmly planted in a violent colonial legacy. Still, it seems that this past year has made it incredibly clear for white […]

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December 2, 2020

Wildfires and Faith.
Dearhearts and Fire Poppies.

Every year I watch, full of fear, as Californians flee (or don’t flee) homes that are devoured by wildfires. We have family and friends around the state; despite hearing about go-bags in the cars, I remain mystified by the the combination of steeliness and flexibility they display. On the other hand, I’ve met people who […]