Industry Q&A with Alyssa Mito Pusey

From CBC Diversity:

Interview by Yolanda Scott

Thanks for agreeing to do this, Alyssa. The first diversity question today is how do you self identify?

Growing up in Hawaii, I thought of myself as Japanese American, when I thought of race at all. Because Hawaii is something like 50% Asian, I didn’t think of myself as “Asian”—until I moved to the Mainland for college. Suddenly I was aware of myself as a “minority” and a “person of color.” I started thinking of myself as Asian American, which I still do today.

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