Posted by Amber Chang Arvin Temkar’s blog post, “Suffering in the Dark,” highlights the necessity of bringing awareness to people of color suffering from mental health. Temkar brings awareness to the issue through the new book released by Bruce Springsteen titled Born… Read More »API MENTAL HEALTH HEROES
Posted by Wesley Phung Following the recent presidential election, there were a ton of surprises that were concealed by the president elect, Donald Trump, shocking victory. Despite the eye-opening results, there certainly were statistics from the polls that made people… Read More »THE SURPRISING RESULTS OF ASIAN AMERICAN VOTES IN THE 2016 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
Posted by Julian Castro My story of the week was an article about a Caucasian chef announcing his judgments about how to eat pho, the famous Vietnamese noodle soup, correctly. Bon Appetit magazine was facing major criticism when the Philadelphian chef… Read More »HOW DO *YOU* EAT PHO?
Posted by Cindy Khantushig After flying for hours, the last thing that anyone wants to endure is spending more time at the airport for questioning. If you have a particular name, like Bollywood actor, Shah Rukh Khan, there’s a likely… Read More »RACIAL PROFILING AT AIRPORTS
Posted by Robin Suralta In the United States Armed forces, there isn’t one specific race or culture that represents the whole thing, but there is a diverse amount of races, and one of those races being Asian-Pacific Islander. There are… Read More »CELEBRATING AAPI HERITAGE MONTH
Posted by Becky Liang Beginning July 7, 2016, hundreds of Americans collaborated on writing an open letter on a Google document addressing the shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile and police brutality in general. The letter stemmed from Christina… Read More »LETTERS FOR BLACK LIVES
Posted by Gabbie Cailipan Celeste Guap was 17 when she was being chased in Oakland and spotted an Oakland police car and approached for help. She met officer Brendan O’ Brien and she said they began to flirt. After seeing… Read More »OAKLAND POLICE AND SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF MINORS
The Youth Advisory Council of API Legal Outreach cordially invites you to… Do you sing, dance, play an instrument, do magic tricks, or have any other talents? Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach’s Youth Advisory Council is hosting our annual That’s… Read More »Now recruiting acts for the 14th Annual That’s Not Love Talent Show!