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JOIN THE CONVERSATION OF BELONGING

With the launch of MILCK's “I Belong” song, we created a filter that encourages listeners to share their own stories.

These question cards are inspired by the lyrics of “I Belong” and have the mission to prompt broader dialogue in our

Asian-American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community to join the conversation on their sense of belonging.

No matter where you are or where you live, you can join MILCK and our extended community to share your sense of belonging. Through this experience, we’d love to hear and amplify your responses to the following prompts:

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HOW TO ACCESS THE FILTER

STEP 1

On your mobile device, click on either of the buttons below to start using the filter. 

STEP 2

Click the “I Belong” filter and start recording to respond in a 20 second video to one of the prompts.*

 

STEP 3

Share your video response on your Instagram stories and use the hashtag #ibelong and tag @milckmusic for others to see your response.

*Pro Instagram tip #1: Selecting the “Hands-Free” option will allow you to freely record your response without needing to worry about holding down the record button or going over time.

 

*Pro Facebook tip #2: After recording your video, you can select the “captions” sticker to add closed captioning to your final video.

 

THE "I BELONG" FILTER WAS CREATED BY LEAH SHIN & YUNA SHIN

 

Leah Shin (she/her) is a Product Marketing Manager @ Microsoft, Co-Founder of @gendervender and @aapibespoken. She believes in tech, business, design for good. She’s human-centered in everything she does, and you may see her in the greater Seattle area with her pop-up vending machine selling local womxn-made products or writing stories of AAPI leaders in our community. You can learn more about Leah here: Design For Good | Leah Shin.

Yuna Shin (she/her) is an interaction designer and design researcher currently studying at the University of Washington. As a Korean American, she is focused on using the design process to create more resilient and inclusive systems. As the founder of @yemshidesign, she creates modern goods for all. You can learn more about Yuna here: Yuna Shin (yuna-shin.com).