Này Công Dân Ơi Quốc Gia Đến Ngày Giải Phóng

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Luu, Cindy. "23 Tired". Whiter, edited by Nikki Khanmãng cầu, Thủ đô New York, USA: Thành Phố New York University Press, 2021, pp. 177-182. https://doi.org/10.18574/9781479832477-024

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Luu, C. (2021). 23 Tired. In N. Khanmãng cầu (Ed.), Whiter (pp. 177-182). Thành Phố New York, USA: New York University Press. https://doi.org/10.18574/9781479832477-024
Luu, C. 2021. 23 Tired. In: Khanmãng cầu, N. ed. Whiter. Thành Phố New York, USA: Thành Phố New York University Press, pp. 177-182. https://doi.org/10.18574/9781479832477-024
Luu, Cindy. "23 Tired" In Whiter edited by Nikki Khanmãng cầu, 177-182. Thành Phố New York, USA: Thành Phố New York University Press, 2021. https://doi.org/10.18574/9781479832477-024
Luu C. 23 Tired. In: Khanmãng cầu N (ed.) Whiter. Thành Phố New York, USA: New York University Press; 2021. p.177-182. https://doi.org/10.18574/9781479832477-024

Heartfelt personal accounts from Asian American women on their experiences with skin color bias, from being labeled “too dark” to becoming empowered khổng lồ challenge beauty standards “I have sầu a vivid memory of standing in my grandmother’s kitchen, where, by the table, she closely watched me as I played. When I finally looked up to ask why she was staring, her expression changed from that of intent observer to lớn one of guilt & shame. . . . ‘My anak (dear child),’ she began, ‘you are so beautiful. It is a shame that you are so dark. No Filipino man will ever want to marry you.’”—“Shade of Brown,” Noelle Marie Falcis How does skin color impact the lives of Asian American women? In Whiter, thirty Asian American women provide first-hand accounts of their experiences with colorism in this collection of powerful, accessible, & brutally honest essays, edited by Nikki Khanmãng cầu. Featuring contributors of many ages, nationalities, and professions, this compelling collection covers a wide range of topics, including light-skin privilege, aspirational whiteness, and anti-blackness. From skin-whitening creams to lớn cosmetic surgery, Whiter amplifies the diverse voices of Asian American women who continue khổng lồ bravely challenge the power of skin color in their own lives.