🌟 And the winner is... 🌟
I hope your Friday has been what you’ve needed it to be so far. I wanted to say thank you to everyone who entered the giveaway for Tasha Jun’s Tell Me the Dream Again. I’m really enjoying it and am honored and privileged to be able to give a copy away to my community here!
Without further ado, the winner of a copy of Tell Me the Dream Again is…
🎉 Mathea Olson 🎉
(I’ll reach out directly regarding shipping!)
Congrats, Mathea! And thank you, again, to everyone who entered. We have one more APAHM giveaway coming up that will be announced in the newsletter on Monday.
Thanks for supporting Asian American authors!
Catch up on this week’s episodes
The APAHM Conversations continue with Rohan Zhou-Lee! Rohan and Patrick discuss how erasure by white society contributes to internalized self-hatred in the Asian American community, the deep history of cross-community solidarity between Asian America and others, and the idea of Asian American identity as transcendent.
Rohan Zhou-Lee, pronouns They/Siya/祂/Elle, is a dancer, writer, and public speaker. They are also known for founding The Blasian March, a Black-Asian solidarity initiative through education and celebration. At CUNY's first ever LGBT-themed conference, Queeribbean Crossings (Caribbean Equality Project,) the Blasian March received a certificate from The Public Advocate For the City of New York in affirmation of the “work to unite diverse Brooklyn communities in love, fellowship, and support.”
Learn more about Rohan on his website: www.diaryofafirebird.com
Connect with Rohan on Instagram.
The APAHM Conversations continue with August Rocha! August and Patrick discuss support + representation (or the lack of) for Queer and Disabled Asian Americans, navigating the intersection of multiple identities and communities, and the importance of these two things: you can ask for help and you are not alone.
August (they/them) is an adopted, Chinese-American, disabled, non-binary advocate, speaker and writer with over 100K followers on TikTok. Soon to be traveling the U.S., August plans to spread joy wherever they go.
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