Kristina Wong


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Kristina Wong is a third generation Chinese American who was born and raised in San Francisco, California. Kristina’s profession consists from being a performance artist to an actor. Kristina is the creator of the Auntie Sewing Squad. This organization involves individuals sewing masks from their homes and sending these masks to those in need.

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(00:00:00) Kristina Wong gives a brief introduction as to who she is, what she does, her family background, and what her education was like. (00:08:42) Wong reflects on her relationship with activism and what she has learned throughout the years. (00:15:03) She goes over the projects she has worked on, how these relate her identity as a woman of color, and what social justice means to her. (00:32:40) She talks about the Auntie Sewing Squad and how she’s handling the Covid-19 pandemic. (00:39:50) Wong describes her position in public office, her thoughts on the 2020 election, and her plans for the future.

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Zoe Grammer; Irene Cruz

Interview with Kristina Wong



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