We're Learning + Listening: March Edition

In order to grow and understand the many viewpoints of humankind, we must continue to seek knowledge. There has been a rise of anti-Asian attacks on the elderly in America recently and we understand that these experiences are nothing new. In this month’s resource guide, we are including some Asian voices so that we can better understand the model minority myth and how it supports white supremacy. We hope you’ll join us! 

What We’re Reading

Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning by Cathy Park
Yuri Kochiyama: Heartbeat of Struggle by Diane C. Fujino
Afro Asia: Revolutionary Political & Cultural Connections Between African Americans and Asian Americans: by Fred Ho and Bill V. Mullen
Revolution of the Soul: by Sean Corn
Your Next Level Life: by Karen Arrington
Inspired and Unstoppable: by Tamra Kieves

What We’re Listening To

The May Lee Show
But Where Are You From? Podcast
It’s Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
Hey, Girl podcast
The Soul Subliminal 
Black Girl Boss

What We’re Watching

Minari (available to stream via A24)
Queen of Katwe (view on Prime)
Soul ( Stream on I-Tunes/ Netflix)
He named me Malala ( Amazon) 
Freedom Writers ( google play)
Amend Series ( Netflix)

Influencers to Follow

@michellekimkim (Queer Asian activist and CEO of @Awaken)
@amandangocnguyen (Founder @risenow.us, civil rights activist & 2019 Nobel Peace Prize nominee)
@ernakimhackett (Founder of Liberated Together and social justice leader)
Hannah Drake (poet, storyteller, activist): @hannahdrake628
Malynda Hale (singer/songwriter, actress, activist): @malyndahale
Naaya (health and wellness website): @naaya.wellness
Soulshine Astrology ( astrology) @soulshineastrology