An interview with Oscar Award-winning filmmaker Freida Mock Lee about her latest documentary on the Anita Hill and Clarence Thomas hearings, and the high profile and sometimes disturbing public discourse around sexual harrassment, race, and politics.
The San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival -- renamed CAAMfest -- takes place March 14-24 in the Bay Area and will include film, video, music and food, bringing the art, stories and people of film to life. Hyphen will be along for the ride, bringing you film reviews and event coverage on our blog throughout March.
An elementary school in South Sacramento is home to the only Hmong dual-language immersion program on the West Coast.
The life of Richard Aoki, the former Black Panther and Asian American leader, was more nuanced than his hardline image makes it seem.
Obama's announcement last Friday will allow up to 1.4 million undocumented young people to temporarily remain and work in the United States without threat of deportation.
A recent report from the California Department of Toxic Substances Control reveals that some nail polish manufacturers have been mislabeling what's inside those pretty bottles.
The daughter of a cosmetologist, Thu Quach is one of the few researchers studying nail salon workers and the health hazards they face. We ask her about what can be done to make salons safer for consumers and workers.
A new study shows that Asian American teens experience more bullying than any others. Writer Helen I. Hwang discusses the study. Read her story, "In the Face of Bullying," here.
A new service in Oakland's Chinatown delivers meals like chicken and black fungus wine soup to new moms.
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