In Memoriam

Text reads “Georgia on my mind”. Image of scattered flora over a reflected water background with shades of brown and green. Flora include: weeping willow, Cherokee rose, Korean rose, white chrysanthemum. A Luna moth floats above. Bottom left corner is Asian American Advocacy Fund’s organizational logo.

“Meet all kinds of people. You’ll learn something from everyone. Follow what you feel in your heart.” — Yuri Kochiyama

On a magenta-orange gradient background, a black and purple risograph rounded square with a Cherokee rose next to a Korean rose. At the bottom is the word “Solidarity”. A quote reads: “ ‘Meet all kinds of people. You’ll learn something from everyone. Follow what you feel in your heart.’ — Yuri Kochiyama”. At the bottom center is AAAF’s logo.

“what we have, our power to examine and to redefine the terms upon which we will live and work; our power to envision and to reconstruct, anger by painful anger, stone upon heavy stone, a future of pollinating difference and the earth to support our choices.” — Audre Lorde, Sister Outsider

Blurred background of purple fading into yellow and a dark iridescent rounded rectangle. Text reads “what we have, our power to examine and to redefine the terms upon which we will live and work; our power to envision and to reconstruct, anger by painful anger, stone upon heavy stone, a future of pollinating difference and the earth to support our choices. — Audre Lorde, Sister Outsider” at the edge is a Cherokee rose. Bottom center is the AAAF logo.

“Transform yourself to transform the world.” — Grace Lee Boggs

On a blue-orange gradient background, a black and purple risograph rounded square with a Pisces constellation imposed on top of two koi fish. At the bottom is the word “Wholeness. A quote reads: “ ‘Transform yourself to transform the world — Grace Lee Boggs”. At the bottom center is AAAF’s logo.
On a blue-orange gradient background, a rounded oval outline holds some grounding notes. Text reads: “Realizing your wholeness” with 3 diagrams on the left and accompanying text on the right. 1. A human profile and a light yellow dot at the head’s highest center: “This point on your body is the bridge between Earth and sky. You belong where you are.” 2. The underside of a foot with a light yellow dot at the center of the ball of the foot. “Activate this point, as it touches the ground, connect

“Never forget your roots. Never forget where you came from, for forgetting exposes your greatest weaknesses and hides your greatest strengths.” — Chris Fong Chew, From Which You Came

“사랑하면 알게 되고 알면 보이나니 그 때 보이는 것은 전과 같지 않으리라.” If you love, you will know, and if you know, you will see. What you see then will not be the same as before. — 兪漢雋 & 유홍준

[Image descriptions: 새롬캘리 “사랑하면 알게 되고 알면 보이나니 그 때 보이는 것은 전과 같지 않으리라.” Translated in English: “If you love, you will know, and if you know, you will see. What you see then will not be the same as before.” Authors: 兪漢雋 (Yu Han-Jun) + 유홍준 (Yu Hong-Jun) Calligraphy by Saerom Chung” A red Mugunghwa floats on the white background, wrapped in a think black border. ]

“The memory is the entire. The longing in the face of the lost. Maintains the missing. Fixed between the wax and wane indefinite not a sign of progress. All else age, in time. Except. Some are without.” — Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, Dictee

[Image descriptions: Six Luna moths fly towards the light. A night arch holds a passage from Theresa Hak Kyung Cha’s Dictee: “The memory is the entire. The longing in the face of the lost. Maintains the missing. Fixed between the wax and wane indefinite not a sign of progress. All else age, in time. Except. Some are without.“]

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