The Mental Price of Moving Back In With Your Big Ethnic Family

Living in a multigenerational household might be the norm if you come from a big ethnic family. But how is it different during a pandemic? Delilah Alvarado reports on what that’s been like for some young BIPOC adults. Read the full story at YR Media.

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Blinded Silence

What happens when your own father emotionally abuses you? That’s something youth poet Alexis Zuniga has been struggling to answer for most of her life. In this heartfelt poem from The kNOw, she explores feelings of abandonment, mistrust and betrayal. “I needed you,” she writes. “A daughter needs her father.” Read the full poem on […]

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Council Reverses Hilltop Decision, Picks New Location For Safe Parking Program

In February, the Richmond, California city council voted to change the site of their year-long safe parking program that will provide services to homeless people with vehicles. The city had initially planned on using the Hilltop Mall parking lot, but after pushback from the neighborhood, moved to change the location to Civic Center. However, the […]

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Utang Na Loob: Collage Animation Documentary Explores Immigrant Family Separation

“Utang Na Loob” tells the story of one family’s quest to be together. Jan Victor Andasan’s mother immigrated to the United States from the Philippines just two months after Jan Victor was born. For the first seven years of their life, the two communicated through cassette tapes neatly tucked away in cardboard boxes. But when […]

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