Tag Archives: covid19
Covid19 merely underscored what Asian Americans have always known, despite our best attempts to deceive ourselves.
The lack of undue deference is not a lack of civility; it is simply that certain survival tactics have turned suicidal.
Covid19 made it all too clear that Asians in the West have always been vulnerable and expendable.
US neoliberalism is so anti-political that, despite overwhelming evidence that government policy works, it wants covid19 to take a deadly, “natural” course.
Classroom energy is way better than Zoom fatigue.
Covid19 work conditions are such that doing “less work than average” is passing as a decent vacation this year.
It is the flashpoint for extended crises in health care, governance, economy, education, and migration.