Bonus: On Class, Kinship, and Being Bangladeshi in Asian America

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Sharmin Hossain, a member of New York’s Bangladeshi Feminist Collective, helps us take a hard look at the roles of class, colorism, and cultural education within the broader conversation about Asian representation in America.

This interview was one of many conversations we had when producing Episode 002: “The Non-United States of Asian America.”

To hear more about the impact of caste on South Asian Americans, check out friend of the show Sonia Paul's Code Switch piece, "When Caste Discrimination Comes to the United States."

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