What happens when you raise concerns over celebrating the Year of the Monkey on the first day of Black History Month? A lot of t-shirts being pulled, a debate about political correctness, and a feature on the Daily Show.
While it’s unfortunate that there are still so many forms of oppression that UCLA students face, it’s important for students to have an outlet of expression when facing the diverse difficulties of being a college student.
Jazz Kiang is a fourth year Asian American studies major originally from Boston, MA. He is the current Chairperson of the Campus Retention Committee and former director of the Asian Pacific Coalition. In his free time, Jazz enjoys eating and cooking. His favorite boba drink is winter melon tea from Half and Half. How did…
You are the Burberry fabric I wrap like a noose around my neck. Lauded for beauty but really just a hanging execution by European bourgeoisie.
UCLA alum Grace Lee explores the life and development of her namesake, the Chinese American activist Grace Lee Boggs, through her 2014 documentary film.
Patriarchy isn’t colorblind. Women of color haven’t been recognized.