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J.L., 19, a student in San Francisco, CA

“I think throughout the pandemic, I found my real strength in being proud and happy about my race during a tumultuous time in history when nobody else is and Asian American representation is at a negative.”

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S.P., 20, a student in Manassas, VA

“[Quarantine] wasn’t too bad, as my parents and I are used to spending a lot of time together and we have the same hobbies. It felt like my childhood again, simply spending all day with my parents. However, these happy times were abruptly cut short when George Floyd was brutally murdered by police. This sparked many discussions about racial justice between my parents and I…”

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