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Column: Father, Son Duel with McCarthy, McCarran

Column: Father, Son Duel with McCarthy, McCarran

Bob Shimabukuro May 23, 2016 0

What would Dad think today? Faced with politicians, Supreme Court Justices, and a citizenry okay with the suspension of constitutional guarantees in difficult times, just as nasty as McCarthy and McCarran, I just don’t

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Why are Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders afraid to talk about death?

Why are Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders afraid to talk about death?

Charmaine Manansala May 17, 2016 0

The days leading to my dad’s death were sad, confusing and chaotic. Adding to our grief and heartache was the stress of poor family communication about the end of life brought on by lack

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Opinion: Transforming communities with Floating Lanterns

Opinion: Transforming communities with Floating Lanterns

Bob Shimabukuro May 11, 2016 0

“Floating Lanterns” is about the organizing work of Charlene Mano and the Wing Luke Museum (formerly Wing Luke Asian Museum) in revitalizing From Hiroshima to Hope (HH). HH was a remembrance ceremony for the

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Opinion: What exactly does Islamophobia look like?

Opinion: What exactly does Islamophobia look like?

Varisha Khan May 10, 2016 0

One cloudy morning in Seattle’s University District, I was followed by a man who yelled Islamophobic taunts at me as I was on my way to give a guided tour and presentation about, ironically,

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Opinion: It can’t happen here … Can it?

Opinion: It can’t happen here … Can it?

Nabeeha Chaudhary May 10, 2016 0

“Yes, I was selected for a ‘random’ security check at the airport,” my sister said as she rolled her eyes, “again.” Sometimes we laugh it off; the “random” in those “random security checks” is

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Opinion: My faith is rooted in respect for diversity

Opinion: My faith is rooted in respect for diversity

Jasmit Singh May 9, 2016 0

'As life presents these challenges, it also provides us with opportunities for growth.'

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Opinion: Never again

Opinion: Never again

Rich Stolz May 6, 2016 0

When I was a child, I first learned about World War II-era Japanese concentration camps on Saturday morning kids’ television. As a Korean American, I viewed this injustice from my own position: to most

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Letter to the Editor: It’s time to focus on supporting generations of Pacific Islanders

Letter to the Editor: It’s time to focus on supporting generations of Pacific Islanders

Guest Contributor May 6, 2016 0

The following is a letter to the editor from Patrick Woo-Ching, chairman and founder of the Fetu Ta’iala Learning Center: The concept of strength in numbers or solidarity implies that when citizens unite for a

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Letter to the editor: ‘Half-truths, spin, and obfuscation about Summit Sierra charter’

Letter to the editor: ‘Half-truths, spin, and obfuscation about Summit Sierra charter’

Guest Contributor May 6, 2016 0

Charter schools should not get public money if they are not accountable to the public

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Exclusion and detention: Lessons from history about ‘military necessity’ and ‘national security’

Exclusion and detention: Lessons from history about ‘military necessity’ and ‘national security’

Holly Yasui May 4, 2016 0

The film ‘Never Give Up’ by Holly Yasui about her father Min Yasui will be shown on Saturday, June 25, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at Wing Luke Museum

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