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I was born to Korean parents in America, and language has always been a conscientious choice. As a child, I knew I was going to speak only in Korean to my parents. As I’ve gotten older, my language skills stayed stagnant, and what was once a source of pride is now getting in the way of communicating with my parents.

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What does it mean to come together as Asian American women? This group has been seeking an answer.

The Cosmos was formed in 2017, and its future hangs in the balance

Law schools are failing to prepare the next generation of leaders in reproductive rights and justice

As of 2019, less than one-third of law schools offered classes on these topics