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Julia Kwon is a Korean American artist working with textiles. Her work explores the objectification of Asiatic female bodies and the complexities of constructing identity within the context of globalism, cultural hybridity and intersectionality. Throughout the conversation we talk about Julia’s face mask project titled Unapologetically Asian. For additional resources on how to help Asian communities, click here All images courtesy of the artist
An examination of hate crimes against Asian Americans. A devastating film about the massacre at Srebrenica during the Bosnian War. Plus music by A Day Without Love.
Manny Nomikos on the roles of identity and the pandemic in his music. Plus a discussion of the Paul Greengrass/Tom Hanks movie, ‘New of the World.’ And music by Veronica Bianqui & LAPÊCHE.
Racism, sexism and xenophobia intersect after the shooting targeting Asian Americans in Georgia, listener thoughts on the transphobic statehouse bills, and the economist who became a prominent voice on school reopening causes backlash in the Atlantic.  photo courtesy of U.S. Secretary of Defense/ Lisa Ferdinando via Wikimedia Commons