Katie S.: "When I was asked to write about my Asian heritage, I thought the task sounded pretty simple. But the more I tried to write this piece, the harder the task became. How could the simple act of writing about my pride as an adopted Asian American, my pride as a woman of color in America seem so complex?...."
Elise W.: "What are you? As a person of mixed race, white on my mother’s side and Asian on my father’s side, I face a challenging identity crisis when approaching the topic of race. The mix of my parents’ genes created a unique mix of facial features, which often invites debate over which race is more visible in my face..." READ MORE.