Audrey is a multi-racial, multi-cultural Writer working in San Francisco and living in Oakland. She identifies as Black American with Anglo-Indian and Burmese heritage.
She has been interviewed on the topics of race and class in America on KQED‘s So Well Spoken, KALW’s Philosophy Talk, as well as in the SF Chronicle and East Bay Express.
Her writing focuses on sharing personal narratives based on her experiences, family history and ancestry to speak to today’s social justice issues.
Focused on the power of truth-telling to bring awareness to the need for racial healing and inclusion via social media as well as identity formation and resilience for multi-racial youth, she is working on an MFA in Creative Nonfiction at California College of the Arts.
Audrey’s media interviews follow justice issues from the intersection of race and class in Oakland neighborhoods to global human rights concerns.
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LitQuake author page for Audrey
Excerpts from book-in-progress:
Chutney and Chitlins: A Hybrid Family’s Memoir