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Column: How to answer, ‘So, what’s next?’ after graduation

Column: How to answer, ‘So, what’s next?’ after graduation

Brandon Hadi April 25, 2017 0

Almost a year ago, I walked across the stage to receive my college diploma. It was a moment I imagined since I was a child—college was meant to be the pinnacle of adolescence, the

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Letter to the Editor: When two sides of a historical debate are not equal

Letter to the Editor: When two sides of a historical debate are not equal

Joseph Shoji Lachman April 25, 2017 0

The following is a letter to the editor by Joseph Shoji Lachman in response to the article, “Millennials Reflect on Executive Order 9066 and its Modern Parallels,” which appeared on the International Examiner website

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Cling to your heritage, the journey is worth the growth

Cling to your heritage, the journey is worth the growth

Kunthy Nouv April 23, 2017 0

My name is Kunthy Nouv. There are a number of ways one can pronounce my name, but how I choose to pronounce it is (Gon’–T). Since I can remember, so many of my teachers

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#Resister—April 20, 2017: Turn Fear and Anger into Action

#Resister—April 20, 2017: Turn Fear and Anger into Action

The International Examiner April 20, 2017 0

    Community Events The annual May Day march and rally for immigrant rights will be on Monday, May 1, 2017, hosted by the May 1st Action Coalition.  The event will include members of

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Seattle Mayor’s Race: Your vote will count now more than ever

Seattle Mayor’s Race: Your vote will count now more than ever

Sharon Maeda April 17, 2017 0

While the President was bombing Syria and Afghanistan—and still determined to end the Affordable Care Act, deport immigrants, and create a Muslim ban—the political buzz in Seattle has been all about the race for

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Pathways To Health – Get Walking for Health Equity

Pathways To Health – Get Walking for Health Equity

International Community Health Services April 14, 2017 0

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health (HHS-OMH) chooses a theme each year, and partners around the United States join to raise awareness about the health disparities that minorities

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Opinion: To fight climate change, Seattle must invest in micro-housing

Opinion: To fight climate change, Seattle must invest in micro-housing

Nicholas Nolin April 14, 2017 0

Coffee and gray skies are often the first images that come to people’s minds when they think of Seattle. The fact that we are home to many globally-recognized companies such as Microsoft, Starbucks and

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UA 3411: On being a randomly picked Asian

UA 3411: On being a randomly picked Asian

New America Media April 12, 2017 0

By Andrew Lam New America Media In America, when a source of authority says it randomly singles you out, you should always be wary. On Monday, video surfaced of a Vietnamese American, David Dao,

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Opinion: 2017 Special Election is key to Democrats taking back the State Senate

Opinion: 2017 Special Election is key to Democrats taking back the State Senate

The International Examiner April 11, 2017 0

The following is a statement from the 45th District Democrats. On Wednesday, April 5, the membership of the 45th District Democrats unanimously voted to endorse Democrat Manka Dhingra for their State Senate seat, up

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Opinion: OCA demands answers regarding removal of United passenger

Opinion: OCA demands answers regarding removal of United passenger

The International Examiner April 11, 2017 0

The following is a statement from OCA—Asian Pacific American Advocates. OCA – Asian Pacific American Advocates demands answers regarding the violent removal of a United passenger. On Sunday, April 9, prior to the departure

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