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Sacred Book Honors Japanese Americans Incarcerated During World War II
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The Ireichō is on display at the Japanese American National Museum. Over the weekend in Los Angeles, the Japanese American National Museum invited the public to view and sign the Ireichō, a sacred book that records — for the first time ever — the names of over 125,000 persons of Japanese ancestry who were unjustly […]

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Constance Wu Explained Why She Was Really Angry When "Fresh Off The Boat" Got Renewed For Another Season
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“I had a traumatic experience my first couple years on that show, and nobody knew about it because that show was historic for Asian Americans.” View Entire Post ›

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Wakaji Matsumoto — An Artist in Two Worlds: Los Angeles and Hiroshima, 1917–1944
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Online exhibition at the Japanese American National Museum Wakaji Matsumoto — An Artist in Two Worlds: Los Angeles and Hiroshima, 1917–1944 is an online exhibition and public program about an artist and pioneer in Pictorialism who documented the lives of Japanese immigrant farmers in rural Los Angeles during the early 1900s and created rare images […]

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They Call Us Bruce 172: They Call Us Yuji Okumoto
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Jeff Yang and Phil Yu present an unfiltered conversation about what's happening in Asian America. What's up, podcast listeners? We've got another episode of our podcast They Call Us Bruce. (Almost) each week, my good friend, writer/columnist Jeff Yang and I host an unfiltered conversation about what's happening in Asian America, with a strong focus […]

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Asian American Medical Hazard:  US Western States Drought
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(photo credit: USDA) It might be seem like a stretch to call the Western States Drought a medical hazard particular to Asian Americans, but one aspect of the drought will affects certain Asian Americans more drastically:  an increase in Valley Fever.  Valley fever, also known as Coccidioidomycosis, long since since been a problem (an increasing […]

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Kelly Marie Tran to Star in Biopic on Activist Amanda Nguyen
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Nguyen founded the non-profit organization Rise, dedicated to furthering the rights of sexual assault survivors. Kelly Marie Tran is developing a biopic about her friend, civil rights activist Amanda Nguyen, telling the story of her transformation from a survivor of college sexual assault to an activist for survivors’ rights. Tran will star in and produce […]

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TargetSmart: Asian American Voter Registration Trends in 2022
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New AAPI Registrants: 2020 vs 2022 (photo credit: Tom Bonier) I forget when I first started following Tom Bonier of TargetSmart (“a Democratic political data and data services firm”), but he had recently tweeted out some interesting Asian American voter registration stats: Interestingly, since Dobbs the Dem margin among AAPI new registrants has been even […]

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Eugene Cordero Upped to Series Regular on ‘Loki’
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He played Time Variance Authority employee Casey in season one. Eugene Cordero has been reportedly promoted to series regular on season two of Marvel’s Loki. Cordero played the Time Variance Authority employee “Casey” in the first season of the Disney+ series. He only made a handful of appearances on the show, so it’s pretty cool […]

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