Posted by Cindy Zhu Since the beginning of our country’s history, white men have constituted the majority of political positions, which contradicts the idea of living in a democratic society where all people are represented. Due to their political power,… Read More »HOW DO AMERICANS VIEW MEN IN POWER?
Posted by Nicholas Chung October 13th, the migrant caravan has now reached the Mexico-United States border. The group is mainly made up of migrants trying to escape from the dangers in Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador. In addition, there are… Read More »MIGRANT ISSUES ONCE AGAIN
Posted by Vivian Wu Equality is for all, but I guess the definition for “all” isn’t the same to everyone. Once again, our government tests our community. As Asian/Pacific Islanders, we’ve been known for our favoritism towards males and boys… Read More »FIGHT BACK AGAINST ATTACKS ON ASIAN WOMEN’S REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS!
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 Lauren Balleza Question: Are the assaults on voting rights addressing legitimate abuses within the system or are they attempts to disenfranchise large groups of minorities/poor groups? Facts: The fifteenth amendment, part of the Bill of Rights, was placed… Read More »DO VOTING ID LAWS HURT OUR COMMUNITY?
From http://aapivoices.com/jindal-vs-asianam/ Posted by Jordan DeAngelo On July 15th 2015, Lousiana governor Bobby Jindal announced his presidential campaign, becoming yet another member of the crowded Republican field. Interestingly enough, Jindal is the only Asian American presidential candidate between both parties. … Read More »BOBBY JINDAL: ASIAN AMERICAN-NESS AND RACIAL IDENTITY