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How to Pull Up for Communities of Color: Racial justice within communities of color.

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How to Pull Up for Communities of Color: Racial justice within communities of color.

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In today’s episode, Emilie sits down with Emi Kamemoto and David Moriya, Los Angeles-based activists co-founders of Strong Asian Lead, to chat all about Asian-American activism for the Black Lives Matter movement.In today’s episode, Emilie sits down with Emi Kamemoto and David Moriya, Los Angeles-based activists co-founders of Strong Asian Lead, to chat all about Asian-American activism for the Black Lives Matter movement. Learn more about Strong Asian Lead hereCheck out David’s work at Rogue Photo hereEp 137: How to Get Locally Involved in ActivismEp 167: How to Call People In (Or Out) at WorkGrab a copy of Emi and David’s book recommendations:Black, Brown, Yellow, and Left: Radical Activism in Los Angeles by Laura PulidoYellow: Race in America Beyond Black and White by Frank WuThe Making of Asian America: A History by Erika LeeTake a listen to ‘Asian Enough’ from The LA TimesCheck out HIRED: our job search acceleratorDownload our FREE resource: The Ultimate Job Search Guide for the Modern WomanGot a career conundrum you want me to cover on the podcast? Call and leave me a voicemail NOW at 910-668-BOSS(2677).
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