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Dec. 2, 2020 10:50 p.m.
‘MigrAsians’ podcast explores influence of Asian identities on art and politics

Nisha Mody, the associate director of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine Pacific Southwest Region based at UCLA, set out with a goal to amplify Asian voices. Through her new podcast, “MigrAsians,” she explores how the complex and intersectional identities of Asians influence their politics and art. (Courtesy of George Davison)

Nisha Mody is setting books down and instead perusing through the pages of the complex identities of Asian peoples.
In her new podcast, “MigrAsians,” Mody, the associate director of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine Pacific Southwest Region based at UCLA, explores how the intersectional identities of Asians influence their politics and art.

By John Arceno

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Nov. 30, 2020 7:35 p.m.
Student creates jewelry business to honor heritage, relieve stress

Makailah Hernandez’s medicine of choice amid a pandemic is beading jewelry.
The third-year psychobiology student is an enrolled Navajo Tribal member and founded the Indigenous jewelry brand Graymountain Beads about a year ago.

By Zoë Prendiville

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