by Ben Howard
Ben and Jessie talk to Bruce Reyes-Chow, author of the new ebook "But I
Don't See You as Asian: Curating Conversations about Race". They explore
the importance of having conversations about race, the author's
personal experiences with racism, and the ways in which we can all try
harder to understand each other and treat each other with respect. We'll
also touch on topics such as tokenism, ways to move the racial
conversation forward, and the movie Titanic.
You can find more information about Bruce on his website reyes-chow.com,
follow him on Twitter @breyeschow, and find the book "But I Don't See
You as Asian" on Amazon and wherever ebooks are sold.
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