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The Our Greatest Resource Issue: Letter from the Editors (Audio Transcript)

Hosted and edited by Jordan Alam. With care from the entire Project As[I]Am Team.  TRANSCRIPT (by Tessa Kim) Jordan (host): Hi there, this is Jordan Alam, and I’m the founder and editor of Project As[I]Am. This time, we wanted to do something a little bit different with our Letter from the Editors, and so we […]

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Bholo::Speak: Letters between Taz Ahmed & Rohin Guha

Bholo::Speak is a lo-fi epistolary audio art exchange between Rohin Guha and Taz Ahmed. Listen to the first set below and click here to listen to the second set of letters. **Transcripts currently unavailable.     Click here to listen to the second set of letters. Tanzila ‘Taz’ Ahmed is an activist, storyteller, and politico […]

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婆婆: A Tribute Poem by Huiying B. Chan

婆婆 is a poem and a tribute to the resilience and love of Huiying’s grandmother and the generations of women in their family. It is part of remember your light, their personal collection of poetry. Click on the player to play the audio, or read the transcript below.   TRANSCRIPT 婆婆, when you became the […]

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Self-Love and Transformation: Poetry from Naazneen Diwan

These four audio tracks from Naazneen Diwan are poems that touch on self-love and transformation, building and preserving refuge collectively, opening our hearts in the face of heartbreak, and survival, sisterhood and inner-divinity. Click on the images below to read the text of each poem and scroll down to play the audio, as performed by […]

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She Smells: A Poem by Esha Pillay

A poem read and written by Esha Pillay.     Esha is a fifth generation Indo-Fijian who is searching for her roots in relation to the diaspora. She currently works in higher education in Boston, Massachusetts and is a contributor for gal-dem magazine. She also believes in fighting microaggressions, even more so than breathing.

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