Her bio blurb:
She left out the part where she is cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs."Rachel Kuo is a Contributing Writer for Everyday Feminism and a scholar and educator based in New York City. She is starting the doctoral program in Media, Culture, and Communications at New York University. Her professional background is in designing curriculum and also communications strategy for social justice education initiatives. Currently, she works full-time at NYU’s Center for Multicultural Education and Programs."
She recently has written for "Everyday Feminism" the following articles.
5 Coded Phrases People Post on Facebook to Excuse Their Racism
4 Reasons Why Asking Asian People ‘Where Are You Really From?’ Is Racist
Why Racial Justice Work Needs to Address Settler Colonialism and Native Rights
Navigating Body Image in Asian American Communities Is No Easy Task – But Here Are 4 Places to Start
3 Ways to Examine Structural Racism in Universities After a Racist Incident
6 Reasons We Need to Dismantle the Model Minority Myth of Those ‘Hard-Working’ AsiansSo basically, all this woman has going for herself is the color of her skin. While she calls herself an Asian, I am pretty sure she has lived on the North American continent all her life, which would make her a North American.
Her latest piece at "Everyday Femimism" is "The Feminist Guide to Being a Foodie Without Being Culturally Appropriative."
Apparently white people need her permission to eat Asian food -- even though she is a North American.
1. Seeking ‘Authentic’ and ‘Exotic’ ‘Ethnic’ FoodSigh. Life was more enjoyable and less pretentious when we called people who ate at restaurants "diners" instead of "foodies."
2. Having Your Friend of Color Be Your Food Expert
3. Wanting Adventure Points for Eating Food
4. Loving the Food, Not the People
5. Profiting from Oppression
In the 1970s, liberals sold multicultural diversity as enlightenment. Now they demand you quit oppressing people by eating "their" food.