Jasmine Tatah grew up as an American of Algerian and Japanese descent. In her column “Mixed Feelings,” she discusses her experience navigating between two different cultural backgrounds.
As a Muslim American and first-generation Indian American, Quraishi explores questions of identity in her Wednesday column.
With her own background living in excess, Redden combines life experiences and her education into her theme, overconsumption.
Bears bake and break bread — UC Berkeley students talk about their college experience’s over freshly cooked naan.
Before you read any further, open up Spotify or Apple Music or Tidal or whatever service you use to listen to music, and put on “Called Out In The Dark.”
The exposure to such a vast amount of creative work has played a really crucial part in this Quest to Understand Myself™.
Every time I introduce myself, I hand over this thick Japanese last name, but I can’t help but feel like it’s a misnomer for my actual racial background.