What do Filipinx and Hawaiian colonial history have in common? And what can Chinese on the U.S. mainland learn from them? Listen as we discuss how Filipinx moved to Hawai’i […]
“We get into issues that I’ve always wanted to discuss but never got into in other spaces. I can take what I learn here and apply it in other spaces.”
“We develop community through one-on-one relationships. This helps us to resist and develop resilience. It’s a vehicle to spread ideas, and it’s long-lasting compared with other tactics.”
“It’s encouraging as an introvert. I’ve done other traditional activist things, but it’s also good knowing that there’s a deep relational thing. It’s giving me hope for a new way […]
“It warms my heart to watch people’s growth and see my own. Every time it helps me remember that you’re not alone. We do back and forth with different perspectives. […]
Structured one-on-ones spark reflection and build trust for long-lasting activism.
Discussions about our history and critical concepts inform the present.
Our approach to project work supports creativity in new and ongoing projects.
Rad Chinese discusses Asian American coalitions: issues that bring us together, speaking to your own community vs other communities, and East Asian Americans contributions to the erasure of other voices. […]