Thursday 19th January 2017,

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Asian Americans

Asian Americans Banish the Quiet Stereotype

posted by Lisa Dinh
Asian American male model

An Asian American male model shatters the stereotype of AAPI men as unattractive and nerdy

Asian Americans are taking to the media, where they are often stereotyped as quiet and passive,  to boldly and bravely voice their dissenting opinions.

The Huffington Post recently outlined 10 instances when the community made headlines and shattered the silent … Read more

Community Issues

Are Filipino Americans the Forgotten Asian Americans?

posted by Randall
Philippine-American War

Filipino soldiers who were injured in a war largely unacknowledged in U.S. history books, the Philippine-American War

A mini-documentary produced by the New York Times on race and Asian Americans is being criticized for its exclusion of Filipino Americans.

In a blog from E.J.R. David and published by Psychology Today, David writes:

“Uhm, I

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Asian Americans

NY Times Discusses Race with Asian Americans

posted by Randall
Conversations on race

“My parents meant ‘white’ Americans.”

By Ed Diokno

Conversations on Race, the New York Times’ year-long series of Op-Docs, or videos, featured some young Asian Americans this week. The subjects  who appear to be in their 20s, talk about how stereotypes unfairly confine them – particularly the “model minority” myth.

“As the subjects of Read more


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