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Next Gen: AAPI History Month

From South Seattle Emerald (by Andy Panda) – The latest comic strip in Chinese American artist Andy Panda’s “Next Gen” series!

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Eugenie Clark Swam with Sharks and Blazed a Path for Women in Science

From Densho (by Nina Wallace) – Densho looks back at the life of Eugenie Clark, a pioneer for women in marine biology.

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Frank Abe’s Search for an Authentic History

From Discover Nikkei (by Elaine Ikoma Ko) – After a successful media career, Frank Abe has produced acclaimed literary and film works on resistance to Japanese American incarceration — a living legacy more relevant than ever today.

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A push for racial justice, one BIPOC farmer at a time

From International Examiner (by Patranya Bhoolsuwan) – As Black and Brown farmers struggle with structural racism, Friendly Vang-Johnson works for justice through her BIPOC-sourced CSA.

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An Interview with Ann Wright

On Technology, building bridges, and amplifying voices.

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Chino Y Chicano Podcast: Washington State’s Alert System for Missing Indigenous Women

From South Seattle Emerald (by Enrique Cerna and Matt Chan) – State Rep. Debra Lekanoff speaks on the importance of Washington’s first-in-the-nation alert system for missing Indigenous people.

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All Booked Up for the Winter!

We asked EchoX staff to send us their favorite books written by POC authors – no genre was off limits! If you’re looking for your next great read, it just might be on this list! 

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‘Have You Seen My Sister?’ by Koli Kohler

An original song written by Koli Kohler (Yurok/Karuk/Hupa) about the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Girls and Two Spirit people (MMIWG2) pandemic.

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Artist Spotlight: Jacqueline Ware

EchoX has been honored to partner with one of our first directory participants, the African-American Writers’ Alliance (AAWA), to present a Wednesday poetry and prose series from a collective of different authors. So far, we have shared writing from Minnie Collins, Georgia S. McDade, Margaret S. Barrie, Gail Haynes, and Merri...

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