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How Life Changed After Charlottesville for One Chinese American

posted by Randall
Raymond Ho

Raymond Ho says recent racist encounters and a falling out with a close friend after Charlottesville have shaken his trust in those around him.

By Peter Schurmann
New America Media

In 2012, Raymond Ho was just entering college, his mind abuzz with new ideas and the prospect of new experiences. During his first week he … Read more

Community Issues

Aug 14, 2017 Ξ Comments Off on Sen. Kamala Harris Denounces White Supremacists in Charlottesville

Sen. Kamala Harris Denounces White Supremacists in Charlottesville

posted by Olivia Wolf

Kamala HarrisSen. Kamala Harris denounced the violence carried out by White supremacists in Virginia and criticized President Donald Trump for refusing to explicitly address the issue, reports The Huffington Post. She was one of many Asian American leaders who spoke out against the violence from the White nationalists.

On Saturday, a violent confrontation broke out … Read more

Asian Americans

Feb 17, 2017 Ξ Comments Off on Trump inspires hate groups, says SPLC report

Trump inspires hate groups, says SPLC report

posted by Randall

Southern Poverty Law Center Year of Hate report

By Ed Diokno
Views from the Edge

A year ago, the headline of the report on hate groups by the Southern Poverty Law Center read “Hate Groups on the Rise.” Sadly, this year’s report concludes that hate groups have risen for the second year in a row.

The rise in the number of hate groups … Read more

Asian Americans

Asian Americans Are Not Your Ally, Dylann Roof

posted by Randall

Dylann RoofInvestigators say the man accused of killing nine African Americans in a historic Black church in Charleston is behind a racist manifesto that condemns Blacks, Jews, and Hispanics and makes a disturbing reference to those he calls East Asians and Northeast Asian races, reports the Washington Post.

The site outlines the disgusting and twisted thinking … Read more


Apr 7, 2015 Ξ Comments Off on What Comfort Tells Us About Racism

What Comfort Tells Us About Racism

posted by Randall


By David Shih

As a kid growing up in Texas, I didn’t like it when my parents spoke Cantonese in public spaces. Too loud to me, their voices made me uncomfortable. The white people around us who screwed up their faces must have felt the same way. Their discomfort probably had to do with … Read more


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