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 What makes us feel at home? Where is home when you are part of a diaspora? Seven women writers of color reflect on identity, belonging, and the idea of home.

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Grace Hwang Lynch

Content Manager, Center for Asian American Media (CAAM)
Grace Hwang Lynch is a San Francisco Bay Area based freelance writer with a focus on race, culture and family. She currently serves as the content manager for the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM). Her work has appeared on NPR, PRI, NBC Asian America and the San Francisco Chronicle... Read More →
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Michelle Villegas Threadgould

Michelle Threadgould is a Chicana journalist and poet. Her work has been featured in CNN, KQED, New York Observer and Latino USA. Seven of her essays were in the music bible Women Who Rock, parts of her poetry collection, Broken Borders have appeared in the Chachalaca Review and... Read More →
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Shikha Malaviya

Shikha (Saklani) Malaviya is a poet & writer, born in the U.K. and raised in Minnesota and India. Her book, Geography of Tongues, was launched in December 2013, in India, to acclaim and featured in The Times of India Literary Carnival, Poetry with Prakriti & other festivals. Shikha... Read More →
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Sabina Khan-Ibarra

Sabina Khan-Ibarra is a writer and Muslim Feminist (she is still working on a definition of Feminist that fits her ideology) who advocates and demands equal rights and space for women in all scopes. Sabina is a writer and editor with work published on BlogHer, Huffington Post, InCulture... Read More →
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Melissa Hung

Melissa Hung is a writer and journalist. Her writing on culture and immigrant communities has appeared in NPR, Vogue, Catapult, Longreads, and Pacific Standard. Melissa is the founding editor of Hyphen and the former director of WritersCorps. She has received fellowships from VONA... Read More →
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Jennifer Ng

Jennifer Ng is a writer in San Francisco. She recently published a nonfiction book, Ice Cream Travel Guide, and is working on a novel based on her grandparents' lives in China, Peru, and the United States. Her work has appeared in Arkana, Havik, Cold Creek Review, Shut Up and Write... Read More →
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Jenn Chen

Jenn Chen is a San Francisco-based coffee marketer, writer, and photographer. Her journalism and photography pieces have been published in publications like Sprudge, Standart, Fresh Cup, Barista Magazine, and Edible. She’s now focusing her writing time on personal essays with an... Read More →

Saturday October 19, 2019 6:30pm - 7:30pm PDT
Wabi Sabi Beauty 888 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA