#AdopteesAre: An Interview with Katie Nolan

#AdopteesAre: An Interview with Katie Nolan

"As soon as other people really understand that we're just like everybody else, then maybe it will break down the barriers and will help them form a better understanding of who we are as adoptees."

As part of the #AdopteesAreCampaign, in which we aim to uplift and empower adoptee narratives, Katie Nolan speaks on her experience as an adoptee and what our communities can do better to deconstruct adoptee stereotypes.

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An Interview with Grace Talusan, Author of The Body Papers

An Interview with Grace Talusan, Author of The Body Papers

Grace Talusan’s debut memoir, The Body Papers, holds truth to personal trauma and the legacies of war and colonial violence. Through essays and documents like family photos, medical records and immigration files, Grace powerfully recounts experiences that often go unsaid. With The Body Papers, Grace breaks silence for future generations of young Asian Americans—like us.

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