Conversations that include intersections of multiple kinds of privilege become complicated, but it's still important to think about them. In honor of November being Indigenous Heritage month, today's action is to read this post by an Asian American-Indigenous Hawaiian writer about the ways that colonialism intersects with Asian identity. This includes instances that Asia has been colonized, like parts of Southeast Asia being colonized by France, and parts of South Asia being colonized by the UK, the effects of which can still be felt today. This also includes instances in the history and present where Asian countries have colonized Indigenous land, like the Han Chinese settling of Taiwan during the Qing Dynasty, that continues through the present. This also includes Asian Americans participating in occupying Native American land when they move to the US. The write up also includes actions to take to support and amplify Indigenous people.