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How I learned to tell my own story as a South Asian woman

Summary by The Guardian
As a child, I wanted to belong, but didn’t see brown girls like me in culture. I’d like space for our stories to be told, tooEvery Sunday, Jaspreet Kaur’s mother would rub oil into her daughter’s scalp and comb it through her hair while sharing stories of their family’s history. “The oiling of the hair was a precious time when women caught up and connected to their roots in the stories we were told, the songs we’d sing,” Kaur says. The award-win…

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