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I Can’t Protect My Parents From Racism, and It Hurts

On anti-Asian hate, allyship, and protecting our moms and dads

Photo: Flickr/mrhayata

Like many thoughtful humans, I’ve been overcome with rage as I witness story after story of Asian American elders being pushed, kicked, and slammed into the ground just because they had the audacity to walk to church. But as an…




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Jane Park

Jane Park

Entrepreneur + Essayist. CEO of sustainable gifting company: Speaker, writer: Addicted to making meaning.

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