Friends and family of a Hmong couple and their Latino neighbor plan to make their presence known in a Milwaukee courtroom today in the insanity trial of Dan Popp.
Popp plead no contest in September to three counts of intentional homicide and one count of attempted first degree intentional homicide in … Read more
That seems to be the burning question in the debate over affirmative action in college admissions.
By now, you know the arguments.
Johnny had perfect SAT scores and a 4.4 GPA, how could he not be admitted to Harvard when others with … Read more
When Donald Trump decided to end the program for the Dreamers, he essentially punted to Congress asking them to come up with legislation by the end of the year, supposedly to protect the undocumented young people. Now, it looks like GOP-controlled Congress is going to fumble.
Following a meeting at the … Read more
The Sacramento Bee reports the announcement was made during a community forum organized by police to allay fears in the community.
The number arrested is more than two times the 20 arrests … Read more
Be sure to grab this week’s cover of Entertainment Weekly for your collection of historic Asian American literature.
The magazine features a collection of articles about the upcoming movie Crazy Rich Asians based on the Kevin Kwan novel of the same name. The movie is set for an Aug. 17 premiere.… Read more
Police in San Jose have arrested a suspect accused of targeting East Indians and Asian women; while in Sacramento authorities have scheduled a community meeting to discuss a spike in crimes against Asian Americans.
Lawrence Carter has been booked on three counts of robbery, two … Read more
Asian Americans Advancing Justice became the first Asian American civil rights group to speak out on the World Series controversy involving Houston Astro Yuli Gurriel.
The group’s affiliates in Los Angeles, Washington, DC, Chicago and Atlanta said Guriel “disrespected not only (Yu) Darvish, but millions of Asians Americans, for whom that is perhaps … Read more
Outraged by Yuli Guriel’s racist antics in the World Series, Asian Americans for Fair Play has called for a boycott of Major League Baseball.
Fair Play commissioner Rob Manfreyama said the boycott of five games would begin at the start of the next baseball season.
“We didn’t want Guriel’s actions to ruin … Read more
We don’t give a f*ck about Asians.
That’s the boldface caption underneath pictures of Yuli Gurriel and the baseball commissioner published in YOMYOMF in response to the delayed suspension of Gurriel for his racist slant eyed gesture in game three of the World Series.
Gurriel will be … Read more
71 million You Tube views later, the 18 year old is on a 28 city Come to My Party tour that launched October 8 in San Francisco … Read more