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Let’s Talk: Impact of Microaggressions on Identity and Culture

Asian Americans are often perceived as the model minority and are labeled with certain stereotypes. However, like other minorities, it can be difficult to embrace one’s American nationality as microaggressions continue to question their identity. Let us discuss the impact of microaggressions on identity and culture. Tune in on #TheRealTalk

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