Asexuality is a valid orientation and identity, but it’s often misunderstood or goes unrecognized. People of color are further marginalized. Peep this post to hear from three young aces, consider how to create more inclusive media, and discover more resources for your own journey.
5 Phrases to avoid in discussions about race
What does “I don’t see color” really imply? We offer alternative suggestions to grow your racial consciousness.
Create Intersected’s new logo!
Calling all artists! $50 goes to the winner of our logo competition. Submit before 9/30/2021!
Black ASL and the persistent power of localized language
Signs of the times.
One year after George Floyd, and racial justice still stands in the balance
It’s our one year anniversary, and we’re here with some hot topics. What is CRT, and is voting suppression still a thing?
Celebrating America’s real Independence Day
We ❤ Juneteenth.
Rohingya in Chicago: thriving but still striving
Closing out AAPI Heritage Month, two Rohingya men share their stories. They are both part of Chicago's burgeoning Rohingya community.
AAPI voices remember and celebrate
Part 3 - Celebration
The ugly truth about colonization and immigration
A historical overview of Asian immigration to the U.S. and American colonization of Pacific Islands.
Acculturation and the generational approaches of Burundian refugees in the U.S.
We collaborated with Nyuki Podcast to discuss race, culture, gender, and generational differences.