More than enough: Embracing multiple identities

Title

More than enough: Embracing multiple identities

Description

Alanna Aiko Moore, Interim Assistant Department Head for Information Services and User Education and Librarian for Ethnic Studies and Gender Studies for the Social Science and Humanities Library, University of California, San Diego, shares a personal story of how she came to embrace her "many identities and wear them with pride ... an Eastern way of thought known as Dialectical thinking ... which states that when two things conflict or oppose both can be true ... reject “either/or” paradigms and honor [her] Asian/white/Native American heritages ... bisexuality, as all of these identities are part of who [she is] and make [her] whole.

Includes a list of resources on Bi-sexuality and Multi-racial.

Subject

Bi-sexuality

Multiracial

Creator

Alanna Aiko Moore

Publisher

APALA (Asian Pacific American Librarians Association)

Date

November 12, 2012

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Citation

Alanna Aiko Moore, “More than enough: Embracing multiple identities,” Anti-Racism Digital Library, accessed November 22, 2017, http://sacred.omeka.net/items/show/183.