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“The Marionette” by Grace Sowon Park

Asian American Youth Raise Awareness On Mental Health at Second-Annual Long Beach Exhibition, Grand winner, “The Marionette” by Grace Sowon Park.

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“The Marionette” by Grace Sowon Park

Asian American Youth Raise Awareness On Mental Health at Second-Annual Long Beach Exhibition, Grand winner, “The Marionette” by Grace Sowon Park.

Business Wire

What Asian American youth need to thrive

Stereotypes around being academically gifted and inclined are hurting Asian and Asian American students.

Asian American Youth Raise Awareness On Mental Health at Second-Annual Long Beach Exhibition, Grand winner, “The Marionette” by Grace Sowon Park.

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We know that young people have been dealing with a lot of challenges socially, emotionally and mentally since the pandemic. It’s taken them away from environments that help foster those skills, so now many of them are falling behind.

Oftentimes, Asian and Asian American kids are viewed as students that academically excel. This can lead to them being left behind. So, how are the youth supporting themselves and how are adults in their lives supporting them?

Reset discusses with a mother, educator and student.

GUESTS: Kashyap Rajesh, junior at Adlai Stevenson High School

Wileen Hsing, Chinese instructor and Asian American literature teacher at Niles West High School

Asna Qureshi, parent, Carol Stream resident and former teacher

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