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Heroes Among Us: Tracey Tong Defends Muslims from Verbal Attack

posted by Randall
Tracey Tong

Tracey Tong defended a Muslim couple from a verbal attack. She didn’t know she was being taped.

By Ed Diokno
Views from the Edge


What would you do when faced with an act of bigotry?

With all the crazies carrying concealed weapons, would you turn away? Walk away? Or would you dare to get

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100 AAPI Organizations Sign Letter of Resistance vs. Trump

posted by Randall
Women's March in Oakland3

Filipino Americans joined the Women’s March in Oakland, California last Jan. 21.

By Ed Diokno

In a strange way, Donald Trump is uniting us.

The momentum from last weekend’s Women’s Marches across the country and supportive demonstrations around the world, the likes of which we haven’t seen since the anti-Vietnam demonstrations of the 60s and … Read more

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L.A. Asian Pacific Film Festival showcases AAPI talent

posted by Randall
LA Asian Pacific Film Festival

Photo by Steven Lam. Instagram @stevenlamphoto

By Ed Diokno

Hey Hollywood! Looking for new stories that reflect the real America? Looking for talent to diversify your products or staff? Looking for filmmakers, writers, directors, actors so you can walk-the-walk when you talk-the-talk about the need for diversity in the television and motion picture industry?

Head … Read more


KARE: Asian American Students Demand to be Included in Diversity Issues

posted by Randall

Univ of Minnesota AAPI protest

The recent departure of a Hmong American professor at the University of Minnesota sparked a protest by Asian American students demanding more inclusion, reports KARE TV.

The Students describe Professor Juavah Lee as one of their top advocates in the office of the Multicultural Center for Academic Excellence. The U of M is refusing … Read more

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Disabled Asian Americans Still Fighting for a Seat at the Table

posted by Randall

Alice Wong

This week marks the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

As with so much in our society, disabled Asian Americans have had to fight for a seat at the table to advocate for issues important to them.

Among those in the forefront is Alice Wong.

She runs the Disability Visibility Project.

“There are … Read more


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