Tag: "AAPI Heritage Month"

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Does Representation Really Matter?

May 31, 2021 | By idobi Staff

I wish I had more bands filled with artists who look like me growing up, but I’m not letting that stop me from being that person for the next generation of creators.

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An Open Letter to the Music Industry from Lyrics Born

May 27, 2021 | By idobi Staff

idobi recently asked me to write an open letter to the music industry and community to help us stop AAPI hate.

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11 YA Authors to Read During AAPI Month and Beyond

May 26, 2021 | By Sam Devotta

Here are my recommendations for the top 11 YA AAPI authors to read during AAPI Heritage Month.

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Loud Colors, Louder Voice

May 25, 2021 | By idobi Staff

I will be as loud as, or louder than, the colors I use… so that you can be unafraid of being loud, too.

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AAPI Heritage Month: Locally Owned Asian Businesses Giving Back

May 11, 2021 | By Maddison Kate

idobi is standing up and shouting about these Asian American businesses, who do the work to make our lives better in local communities. We see you. We hear you. We fight by your side. And you have our support.

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Being Asian In A White Music Scene

May 10, 2021 | By audreylew

When you’re sixteen, you never really look around the room to see if you’re the only Asian person there. It’s not something that occurs to you when you’re so happy to be front row at a show. For me, I was just excited to share a similar interest with other people my age and to be able to talk about bands we enjoyed. I never realized how important it would be to see other people who looked like me on stage and behind the scenes.

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My Asian American Experience

May 6, 2021 | By audreylew

Aud Lew shares her Asian American experience growing up and various instances of racism she has encountered.