About 30 members of Pi Delta Psi of Baruch College in New York had rented a cabin in Monroe County.
Three pledges of the Asian American fraternity were … Read more
Supposedly some buff Asian American dude wanted to test the theory that white women wouldn’t want to go out with an Asian guy.
So he randomly chose girls off the street, although judging by the attractiveness of … Read more
A new poll released today by the Pew Research Center has found that Asian American and Latinos are more concerned about the threat of deportation than a path to citizenship, reports Voxxi. (photo by Ray from LA)
Asked which is more important, ending the threat of deportation or paving a path to citizenship, … Read more
Grace Buchele is a full time student living in Tokyo. She recently became engaged to Rio Mineta.
She said someone recently left what she felt was a racist question on her blog. So she and Rio began discussing some of the other questions they’ve been getting and came up with a list of … Read more
The soap opera drama on Today involving Ann Curry (seen with Arthur Chi’en, WPIX-TV. Photo by Lia Chang) and Matt Lauer is about to be played out on TV.
Florida remains the only state in the nation where the Chinese Exclusion Act was never repealed, reports WFSU.
It was 70 years ago this week, when President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed a bill repealing the act that had been in force for 60 years.
Florida had its own law banning Asians from owning property … Read more
— Helen Wan (@helenwan1) December 18, 2013
#NotYourAsianSidekick is no longer just a hashtag, it’s also a website and 18 Million Rising hopes to turn it into a whole lot more.
Freelance writer Suey Park who created the … Read more
Efforts to recognize a former detention center near Los Angeles for Japanese Americans being rounded up to go to incarceration camps during World War II may hit a legal snag, reports KPCC.
Even as a Buddhist priest recently blessed the ground the Tuna Canyon Detention Station (picture from Encyclopedia,Densho.org) used to sit on, opponents … Read more
It’s been an incredible 36 hours and counting for Suey Park. The freelance writer from Chicago and creator of the wildly popular #NotYourAsianSidekick hashtag has become so inundated with media inquires, she has solicited the help of a publicist from 18 Million Rising, an organization dedicated to using social media to promote civic engagement among … Read more