NIA WILSON

Posted by Vivian Wu Nia Wilson. Nia Wilson. Nia Wilson. We must to speak her name. Loudly and proudly. A beautiful young black woman was murdered on the night of July 22, 2018. She had dreams to reach and goals to achieve. She was filled with passion, love, and kindness. As a recent graduate from[…]

LETTERS FOR BLACK LIVES

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 Xu who was concerned about possible negative reaction from the Asian American community reminiscent of[…]

PETER LIANG WAS RIGHTFULLY CONVICTED

  Posted by Sherrie Saechao In November 2014, Akai Gurley was wrongfully shot to death by a Chinese American NYPD officer, Peter Liang.¬†Instead of following protocol, he and his partner bickered about who was gonna call it in. He stated that he was supposedly not properly trained by the institution and was abandoned.¬†This week, a[…]