An appointee of President Trump is apologizing for a series of offensive tweets including one which supported the incarceration camps for Japanese Americans in World War II.
William Bradford leads the Energy Department’s office of Indian Energy Policy and programs.
Racist sentiments die hard, and now a veteran award winning journalist is out of a job because of it.
Unfortunately a moment of pure joy and ecstasy has been dampened by by an unfortunate and inexcusable tweet from a journalist Terry Frei of the Denver Post.
It was … Read more
200 Japanese Americans held a reunion at the Santa Anita Racetrack this past weekend to renew friendships and relive memories.
They were imprisoned there before being transferred … Read more
Half-Chinese author Jamie Ford has signed on to work with film producers to turn his bestselling novel Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet into a movie, reports KRTV. Ford has even agreed to write the screenplay adaptation himself, something that not many authors choose to do.
The historical fiction novel is a … Read more
By Ed Diokno
Greg Louganis will be one of the grand marshals for the 128th Tournament of Roses Parade on Monday, Jan. 2. He is the first American of … Read more
Asian Americans are expressing outrage at the recent publication in the LA Times newspaper of letters condoning the World War II wartime act of Japanese American incarceration, reports NextShark.
Issued by President Franklin D. Roosevelt … Read more
— Senator Mazie Hirono (@maziehirono) November 30, 2016
Awesome and overdue news https://t.co/xg3VcjGjsM
— AsAmNews (@AsAmNews) November 30, 2016
By Ed Diokno
In the late afternoon of Wednesday, Nov. 30, the House passed … Read more