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A Review of Wild Geese Sorrow by Jeffrey Thomas Leong
Banner image of covers of resource books
Texts to further an understanding of Black-Filipino connectons
Buffalo Soldiers - 24th Infantry
"Reflection, inquiry, a reimagining of the self, especially in relation to other folks — that is the beginning of love. And love is at the center of all justice."
A resource list for the Asian American community to do our part in dismantling anti-Black racism.
A conversation with sociologist Pawan Dhingra
From meal services to infosheets and masks, organizations are stepping up to help Koreatown's OG residents

Arts & Culture

Asian Americans PBS Documentary Graphic
On inclusion and American myth in the PBS documentary Asian Americans
Book Review of Green Lantern Legacy by Minh Lê
A Vietnamese American poet guides his readers through the irresolvable terrain of Vietnamese and American memories of the war-torn past
Part II of a Q&A with authors of Voices From the Railroad
A Meditation on Grief and Ghosts and E.J. Koh’s Memoir, The Magical Language of Others
Banner image of covers of resource books
Texts to further an understanding of Black-Filipino connectons

News & Politics

A resource list for the Asian American community to do our part in dismantling anti-Black racism.
From meal services to infosheets and masks, organizations are stepping up to help Koreatown's OG residents
A message and list of resources courtesy of our network organization, AACRE 
The roots of Indian America's conservative politics — and how other Indian diasporas may point to possible alternatives.
Lynn, Massachusetts is home to the third-largest Cambodian American population in the country. 28-year old Cinda Danh could become their first Asian American city councilor.
"I often wonder what King Kalākaua would think of today ... How would he understand the observatories, set to study the heavens at the cost of the gods?" Contributor Madelyn McKeague walks us through the history that led to today's fight to protect the sacred site.
To understand her story, we have to go back to the beginning of Asian immigration exclusion.

More Recent Posts

Next month marks five years since the inception of Asian Americans for Civil Rights and Equality (AACRE), which is a network comprised of 11 organizations fighting for justice through an intersectional lens. AACRE works with Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian and Pacific Islander refugees, immigrants, LGBTQ, incarcerated folks, artists, faith leaders, survivors and more! AACRE’s work has allowed them to reimagine a vision of liberation that is inclusive and intersectional. The five-year anniversary celebration is a momentous occasion, and AACRE will be celebrating their work with a Party for Justice on June 7 at 9:00 pm in San Francisco at the Westin St. Francis on Union Square. Buy tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/party-for-justice-aacre-5th-year-anniversar...
Kelley Still - May 31, 2019
in Memes to Movements: How the World’s Most Viral Media is Changing Social Protest and Power by An Xiao Mina
Ann Thuy-Ling Tran - May 30, 2019
The Woo-Woo: How I Survived Ice Hockey, Drug Raids, Demons, and My Crazy Chinese Family  
Mary Malhotra - May 29, 2019
From 1946 to 1958, the U.S. tested sixty-seven nuclear weapons in the Marshall Islands. Today, some who left dream of going home.
Caroline Ferguson - May 20, 2019
In this intimate and moving graphic memoir "DEAR SCARLET: The Story of my Postpartum Depression," Teresa Wong writes and illustrates the story of her struggle with postpartum depression in the form of a letter to her daughter Scarlet.
Teresa Wong - May 5, 2019

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