Sharon H. Chang is an award-winning author, photographer, and activist with a lens on racism, social justice, and the Asian American diaspora. She is author of Raising Mixed Race: Multiracial Asian Children In a Post-Racial World and Hapa Tales and Other Lies: A Mixed Race Memoir About the Hawai’i I Never Knew. Her writing has also appeared in BuzzFeed, ThinkProgress, Racism Review, Hyphen Magazine, ParentMap Magazine, South Seattle Emerald, The Seattle Globalist, AAPI Voices and the International Examiner. Sharon was named 2015 Social Justice Commentator of the Year by The Seattle Globalist, 2016 Favorite Local API Author / Writer by International Examiner readers, and recently won the 2019 inaugural Northwest Journalists of Color Visual Storytelling Grant. She is currently working on her third book looking at Asian American women, gender, and race, and photographing for her new visual project Womxn and Nonbinary Farmers of Color.
A podcast on growing up mixed-race Asian featuring Sharon Chang.
Learn more about Sharon at her website.
Watch Sharon's videos on her YouTube channel.
Read Sharon's blog: Multiracial Asian Families.
Read Sharon's essay for BuzzFeed in which she examines stereotypes and "the post-racial fantasy" of mixed-race beauty.