We had the pleasure of interviewing writer and community organizer, Mia Mingus, on her journey in disability and transformative justice work, creating models of community accountability with the Bay Area Transformative Justice Collective, and what she means when she says, “we have everything we need to get free.”
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Kavita Das has been working in social justice careers for decades, from direct government policy work to public health to grant-making foundations such as Susan G. Komen.
A child of working class immigrant Chinese parents, Justice Doris Ling-Cohan was often the only or one of few Asian Americans in school and in her field. Starting as an attorney, she made history as the first Asian American woman in New York State’s Supreme Court in 2002.
An actress, a writer, a director, and a producer, Joyce Wu seized a racist industry by the nose and said “Enough!”
You may have heard of David Henry Hwang. You know, the man with three Tonys on his shelf and over forty works in theatre, film, and television under his belt. The man who gave us M. Butterfly, FOB, and Chinglish.
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