some designs I’m screen printing tmrw!!
with the rising knowledge of systems of oppression against asians, many others have made their ignorance known that we are apparently not a people capable of cultural, economic, or skin nuance.
it’s surprising and saddening that most of our society still believe all asian people are the monolidded light-skinned rich 10% from the same 3 countries. it’s so severely damaging because the persistence of this perception creates the misconception that there is no possibility for asians to not be the model minority, that we are incapable of being a victim of hate and destruction. It erased the acknowledgement of our suffering until it is now too late.
We lost our mothers, elders, and children because the white man raised this country to believe our deaths simply could not be oppression.
how could you possibly dilute and erase so much to its droplets?
tell me we are all the same.
tell me that we are white-adjacent.
any south asian avant garde blogs out there???
Raya and the Last Dragon (2021)
Long ago, in the fantasy world of Kumandra, humans and dragons lived together in harmony. But when an evil force threatened the land, the dragons sacrificed themselves to save humanity. Now, 500 years later, that same evil has returned and it’s up to a lone warrior, Raya, to track down the legendary last dragon to restore the fractured land and its divided people.
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White women co-opted pandemic yoga. Now, South Asian instructors are taking it back
A YouTube search for the most popular yoga channels shows dozens of white creators listed as "most relevant" on the platform. YouTube did not respond to a request for comment. “The algorithm favors certain qualities,” said Sean Feit Oakes, a yoga instructor and industry expert. White people who already had a following were the most likely to thrive over quarantine. “So a brown-skinned person is going to have a hill to climb.”
South Asian instructors like Melissa Shah say they’ve been working to “decolonize” an industry that for decades has centered white elites. The pandemic, which put online yoga at the forefront, is giving them an opportunity. They’re able to connect with each other, build coalitions, and reach a broader group of students. But the cultural appropriation runs deep, experts say, and fighting it will take time.
If Aangan (2018) was a horror show
Guyss who's following IPL on here
I made a picrew of myself !!!!