This week we’re continuing the discussion on activism and what that looks like for Asian communities. We brought on a guest this week, Lisa Cheng, a Master of Social Work candidate at the University of Chicago to help navigate and explore what activism means and looks like. We continue to hope that our conversation helps to open the door for others to also start the conversation about how we can support BlackLivesMatter as well as ourselves and our communities. Next week will resume our exploration of food, Asian culture, and why we chose to use a mukbang as a way to talk about mental health.
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