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Cathy Park Hong | Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning
Cathy Park Hong’s widely praised book of essays, "Minor Feelings," is an essential text for reframing our understanding of race in America. By reflecting on her experiences as an Asian American woman, she has written a deeply informative and culture-shifting treatise to be cited for years to come. In a lively talk that brings her words to life, Hong expands on the ideas in "Minor Feelings" and incorporates the historical and cultural context of what it means to be a racialized other. By sharing personal anecdotes of her Asian American personhood, Hong brings to light the racist ideologies we all internalize and posits that the way forward requires an acknowledgement of harmful ideas and stereotypes that hold us all back from equality.

Apr 22, 2021 06:30 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Cathy Park Hong
Award-winning poet and author of "Minor Feelings"
Cathy Park Hong is an award-winning poet and essayist whose book, "Minor Feelings," is a searching work that ruthlessly reckons with the American racial consciousness. Hong weaves together personal stories, historical context, and cultural criticism to ultimately create an emotional and impactful exploration of Asian American personhood. Hong is the author of several books of poetry, and is the recipient of notable awards such as the Windham-Campbell Prize. In her moving talks, she offers a fresh and honest perspective on race and Asian American identity, discusses how poetry and writing can be a means for understanding ourselves and our world, and comments on the ways politics and culture are influenced by art—and vice versa.