In celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Month this May 2015, we present the sequel of our narrative series called Critical Reflections of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the Midwest.
In this Critical Reflections of AAPI narrative series, we have collected a wide range of stories from diverse experiences to continue supporting and fostering the growth of AAPI Narratives in America, while at the same time, serve a purpose to counter the stereotypes, generalizations, and mis-education of AAPI communities told by mainstream.
- Happy Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
- The Windows to the Soul has Blinds
- I Don’t Have to be Out to Create Change
- Who Am I
- Equity for Hmong Women and Girls is Still Out There
- Staring at the Outside, Looking Through the Mirror
- I Was Out, Proud and Did Not Care What I Had to Loose
- Citizenship In An Exiled Nation
- Where Do I Start?
- I Write From the “We” That is Erased by Assimilation
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