I thought it would be fun to watch the Golden Globes last night, my little girl at my side, to share some of what life could look like if one’s dreams came true. I didn’t expect to see an Asian American on stage.
My grandma was a medicine woman, a healer, and a shaman. Each Hmong New Year, the entire family came together to uphold our spiritual home, and appease the ancestral spirits. My grandma passed away in 2003.
Six months after Radiolab's 'Yellow Rain' segment and resulting public outcry, Kao Kalia Yang shares her ongoing struggle for meaningful acknowledgement from NPR leadership.
In this Hyphen exclusive, Kao Kalia Yang shares her side of the story following Radiolab's Yellow Rain debacle.