An interview with artist and writer Vanessa Maki.
Brooklyn-based artist Kahealani infuses her art with the gorgeousness of her own spirit. There is a delicate care and decisiveness that goes into creating each piece. Her photography asks us to seek beauty in spaces that have largely been categorized as too urban or industrialized to evoke positive emotion. Her paintings beseech us to lookContinue reading “Kahealani brings beauty to the art of resistance”
An interview with Chubby Diaries—an online community for plus-size travelers—about size discrimination, traveling while Black, and pushing through adversity.
The Suchy Much founder, Candace Smith, sits down with me to talk about TSM, marriage, and empowering women.
Modern-day abolitionist and human rights activist Eric Martin talks with me about human trafficking, reawakening people’s dreams, and breaking free of our own personal enslavement.
I spoke with actress and community leader Annie Kim Hedrick about Hollywood whitewashing Asian roles, kabuki, and the future.