Juliana Fujii, Biola University
These Asian lifestyle vloggers crack open the good, the bad and the ugly of the Asian American experience.
The genre provides the perfect mix of escapism and grounding insight when ‘normal’ feels far off.
When creating content, some stars see disobeying government mandates as a small price to pay, proving not all influencers should be considered role models.
Beyoncé’s latest release is a celebration of Black beauty to empower Black women. The project unites African music and cultures in a visual masterpiece.
Music has become a multisensory experience. Check out a brief history of how music incorporated the two art forms to reimagine visuals and audio united.
The touching but heartwrenching World War II novel explores a Jewish girl’s hope-filled journey to find community in a war-ravaged Germany.
The novel explores the long process of a guarded teenager finding belonging in her last foster home after a lifetime of letdowns.
The novel’s heartbreaking exploration of divorce and loss allows its exquisite friendships and familial connections to take center stage.
People who share protagonists’ identities shouldn’t only author books. Their feedback can vastly improve how books represent marginalized groups.
Instead of villainizing technology just because it’s trendy, Cal Newport makes a compelling case for satisfaction that runs deeper than pings and pixels.
As she dives into the YouTube universe during a climate of political upheaval, the celebrity must wrestle with how to address her own privilege.
Even with mixed reviews, the new Netflix film stands out as a tribute to the real Eurovision contest and its message of self-acceptance.
The Black activist teaches aspiring allies the art of confrontation and the need to overcome comfort to achieve change.
Replacing the CEO with a Black executive isn’t enough to establish long-term inclusivity. There is still work to do in the name of transformative action.
Although the movie wants to inspire teens to ‘find themselves,’ the shallow plot instead leaves viewers looking for someone else to change their lives.
Amidst recent injustices and unrest, Instagram illustrators are using their works to support activists and to call attention to Black victims of racist violence.
© 2020 Study Breaks