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Together, we can educate the community and fight stigmas against illness and disability.

Abigail Licad | November 12, 2014 - 7:33am

 

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Mia Nakano LGBTQ | June 29, 2014 - 3:16pm

Announcing Hyphen's Journalism Fellow, Kevin Lee

We are very excited and pleased to announce our Hyphen Public Interest Journalism Fellow, Kevin Lee.

Filipino Nurses and API Bullying -- New Story Pitches!

Help Hyphen reach its fundraising goals for two important writing projects on Filipino nurses in the US and API bullying via Spot.Us.

DVD Review: Min Sook Lee's "My Toxic Baby"

Hyphen reviews Min Sook Lee's documentary My Toxic Baby, one mother's educational journey through green parenting.

Motherhood Rooted: The Video

We share a supplemental video and the author's personal observations on her "Motherhood Rooted" story, about postpartum traditions among Asian and Pacific Islander moms.

Asian American Mothers and Postpartum Food Traditions: Ma You Ji (Sesame Oil Chicken) Recipe

The final installment of traditional postpartum recipes for healing and health. Here's one for Sesame Oil Chicken, or ma you ji.

Asian American Mothers and Postpartum Food Traditions: Korean Seaweed Soup Recipe

In our Bittersweet issue, Asian American moms share traditional recipes for postpartum health. Here's one for Korean seaweed soup, including a vegetarian version.

Asian American Mothers and Postpartum Food Traditions: A Recipe for Chicken Tinola

In our Bittersweet issue, we explore traditional postpartum practices among Asian American moms. We share some of their special recipes for mothers who've just given birth.

'Vincent Who?' DVD Giveaway

We're giving away three copies of the documentary film Vincent Who?, produced by Asian Pacific Americans for Progress, to our readers.

Help Fund Our Story 'Deportation Deferred' on Spot.Us

Hyphen has another story on Spot.us that you can help fund. It focuses on deportations and in particular on the case of Steve Li.

Mitchell Chang: Tiger Mom Hurts Asian Am College Applicants?

Here's an op-ed by UCLA Professor of education and Asian American studies Mitchell Chang on one possible negative effect of the Tiger Mom book (Amy Chua's Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother): more stereotypes of Asian American college applicants that will (further) hurt their chances of getting into colleges and universities.

Here's an excerpt from the op-ed:

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