Julián Esteban Torres López has conducted dozens of interviews for The Nasiona‘s magazine and podcast. Some have already been published, while others are forthcoming. Julián is known for his engaging, in-depth, long-form conversations with experts, creatives, social justice activists, and culture leaders to critically analyze numerous topics, such as incarceration and prison abolition; institutionalized racism, sexism, xenophobia, and homophobia; immigration and diaspora; adoption; disability and mental health; womanhood and trauma; systemic barriers of entry in storytelling industries; memoir writing; minimalism; being mixed-race; intersectionality; colorism; colonialism; conflict resolution; Third Culture Kids; Latinidad; multiculturalism; and diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Julián’s interviews can also be found in culture and history archives and museums, such as the Fernando González Museum and Archives, the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture, and the Smithsonian Latino Center.
Mixed-Race Writer of Chinese and European Ancestry
Kimberly Douglass, PhD
Scholar | President-CEO of Remote Learning Solutions
Robin Harwick, PhD
Scholar | Writer | Founder of The Pearl Democratic High School
Third Culture Kid
Actor | Director of Panamanian Int'l Film Festival LA
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