Things I'm Reading
A family tradition
My grandmother used to send me handwritten letters on monogrammed stationary. And inside the sky blue, folded letter would be a newspaper clipping loosely related to my interests -- dance, architecture, ... My father took up the tradition, emailing me articles beginning when I moved away to college. It seems I have unknowingly carried this family habit forward - I now catch myself texting articles to family and friends. It's one of my favorite things -- to make connections and share them.
Art & Architecture
Ada Limón on Preparing the Body for a Reopened World
A Letter I Hope in the Future, Doesn’t Need to be Written
How Can Blackness Construct America?
What Can Museums and Art Orgs Do to Counter Anti-Asian Hate?
Essence Magazine's "20 Poets You Should Know 2021"
Why ‘activity centers’ are the building blocks of inclusive regional economies
How Octavia Butler's Sci-Fi Dystopia Became A Constant In A Man's Evolution
Call it What it is: Anti-Blackness
A letter in solidarity with resources: Anti-Semitism, Jewish Idenity & White Supremacy
Stop AAPI Hate and Oakland Chinatown Safety Resource List
The long history of violence against Asian Americans that led up to Atlanta