Literature

A Woman Who Heals Herself

Biography: I'm a South Indian girl who enjoys drinking exceptional coffee and making mediocre art. My hobbies include but are ...
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We Need More Teachers of Color

Dear Asian Youth, In my eleven years of being a student, I have never had a teacher of color. This ...
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A Period is Not a Luxury

Dear Asian Youth, On November 24th, USA Today published an article detailing the Scottish parliament’s unanimous decision to pass the ...
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Sapphire Izzy

This piece was created in order to express the surreal feeling of being lost about my Asian American identity, even ...
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Look At You, Strawberry Blonde

This piece was created in honor of my take on the song “Strawberry Blonde” by Mitski. Many interpret the piece ...
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The Importance of Opinions

Dear Asian Youth, I am disappointed. As an avid news and op-ed reader, the past week has brought several op-eds ...
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Success: Tiger Parenting, Saving Face, and The Model Minority Myth

TW: Mentions of Murder and Abuse. Dear Asian Youth, Success. A singular word which, according to a simple Google search, ...
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Sick of Yellow Fever: the Sexualization of Asian Women

TW // mention of rape The steam of the shower envelops your body in a warm embrace. You close your ...
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Open Letter to Disney Channel

Dear Disney Channel, 550 million viewers. That is how many children watch your channel. 550 million little kids learning how ...
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Mocking an Asian Accent is Never Funny

Dear Asian Youth, When I was young, all that I ever wanted to do was please others. I wanted to ...
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What Do We Win from Hatred? An insight into BLM vs. the Model Minority Myth

Dear Asian Youth, This year, we have seen the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement in response to the ...
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Don’t Blame Me For Being “Whitewashed”

Dear Asian Youth, If you follow Asian creators on Tiktok, you might be aware of the recent controversy that truly ...
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Never Within Reach

Dear Asian Youth, Expectations are vindictive things, Pulling and grasping and twisting At the thin lines of your limits, Warping ...
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One Thousand Shades of Red: A Muse on King Arthur

There’s been a resurgence in nostalgia for BBC’s Merlin lately—it seemed fitting to recall the time I was ten and ...
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White Leather Converse

Dear Asian Youth, On the first day of eighth grade, I whipped out my new white leather Converse, the iconic ...
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Lost Girls, She & I

i have done it again! loved another & lost two friends, i search in bathroom mirrors only to see a ...
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Fair, Lovely, and Shattered

here in Hindustan beauty is not measured by resilience here dark-skinned damsels brew mixtures of lemon and curd and yearn ...
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OUR FIRST POST

This is our first post it goes like this booohooooo wooo hooooooo / ...
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