Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, anti-Asian hate crimes have been rising in number...Read More
Author: Giannina Ong
“Telling Our Own Stories”: Rising with the Tides, a storytelling project by Comcast California and Asian American Journalists Association
The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA)and Comcast California have partnered to present the Rising with the Tides Storytelling Project. The project awards Bay Area journalists the chance to work on a story in any medium and a stipend.Read More
When you hear the phrase “affirmative action,” what is the first thought that comes to mind? Your...Read More
It’s the Affirmative Action for Me: A Conversation With California Faculty Association Representatives on CA Prop 16
Affirmative action is always a hot button topic. Yet this year, California’s 24-year ban on...Read More
Oct 23, 2020 | Activism
Hey Mochi family! This is a quick PSA to tell you that your vote counts more than ever. ...Read More
Aug 31, 2020 | Arts & Culture
Kapwa. English translation: not found. A Tagalog word, “kapwa” is both a physical space and a...Read More
Asian American Alice Wong Forefronts the Magic Within the Disability Community in “Disability Visibility”
There are 61 million people in America living with disabilities. That’s one in every four people....Read More
Aug 14, 2020 | Activism
Grace and Cathleen Shi founded Woks for Washington, an organization giving restaurants in the D.C. metro area a little boost and, simultaneously, feeding essential workers. The organization was formed in response to COVID-19’s effect on the restaurant industry and is a display of gratitude for the healthcare providers working to care for those stricken.Read More
Growing up in the culturally diverse San Francisco Bay Area, I was raised to be “colorblind.” My...Read More
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