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“It’s really important to have a creative outlet on campus, and to have a voice in forming the ways we think about Asian and Asian American identity,” said Jo Ouyang ’26, a co-EIC for VISIONS.

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The daylong event — organized by Brown’s Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity — included a colloquium luncheon with speaker panels, a series of performances by the Tougaloo College Chorale and an evening gala. Courtesy of Pixelme Studio via Brown University

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