Asian American Stories of Resilience and Beyond
On All Fronts
By Joua Lee Grande
In 2020, anti-Asian hate crimes experienced a rapid and exponential rise amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The same year, the murder of George Floyd sparked a global racial reckoning over police brutality and violence. The Moss family, a biracial Black-Indonesian family living in Minneapolis, open up about how they moved through the chaos. In intimate conversations, each family member reveals personal experiences never shared before with their loved ones, and navigate through the difficult issues that have haunted them. Silver Winner, 2nd Annual Anthem Awards, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion - Partnership or Collaboration.