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Analysis: When Hate Speech Became a Movement

Analysis: When Hate Speech Became a Movement

New America Media June 15, 2017 0

By Andrew Lam New America Media Just over a year ago Microsoft introduced Tay, an AI chatbot that was designed to learn from and replicate online chatter. Tay, according to Business Insider, “responds to

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Essay: Humor, humility, and pride—Making the best of it inside

Essay: Humor, humility, and pride—Making the best of it inside

Guest Contributor June 10, 2017 0

Taking pride in yourself means respecting the neighborhoods, cultures, and nations that we came from. It is about having love and fond memories of family and friends, like going to the beach in Hawai‘i

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Opinion: Alex Tizon’s final confession offers reflection on our own history and duplicity

Opinion: Alex Tizon’s final confession offers reflection on our own history and duplicity

Devin Israel Cabanilla June 7, 2017 0

First, we must lay down in humility and find those on the ground who we have not acknowledged are put down serving us. Even Alex Tizon realized this duplicity in his life, if anything his

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Opinion: Understand what socialism means for some Asian immigrants

Opinion: Understand what socialism means for some Asian immigrants

Sian Wu June 7, 2017 0

It’s something we see often here in Seattle—candidates and parties embracing socialism, particularly while riding the very valid and important movements in resistance to President Donald Trump. But as socialist themes become popular tropes

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Opinion: Trump and Me—We have to have the strength to stand up

Opinion: Trump and Me—We have to have the strength to stand up

Nairah Saldana May 21, 2017 0

As a young immigrant, there’s not a lot I can relate with President Donald Trump about. In fact, there is nothing that connects me and Trump, except that now he’s the president of the

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Diane Narasaki: Urge U.S. Senators to vote no on any bill that eliminates Medicaid funding

Diane Narasaki: Urge U.S. Senators to vote no on any bill that eliminates Medicaid funding

Diane Narasaki May 20, 2017 0

The following is a statement from Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) executive director Diane Narasaki: Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders benefited greatly from the passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA, popularly known

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#Resister—May 18, 2017: Turn Fear and Anger into Action

#Resister—May 18, 2017: Turn Fear and Anger into Action

Kai Eng May 18, 2017 0

News The anniversary of the Chinese Exclusion Act passed on Saturday, May 6th. Many activists and scholars consider it a painful chapter in API and U.S. history, warning that it could have parallels in

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Opinion: American Health Care Act—The high price of inaction

Opinion: American Health Care Act—The high price of inaction

Teresita Batayola May 18, 2017 0

It’s not business as usual for International Community Health Services (ICHS). Until last year, our rallying cause was health care for all, advocating expansion to those who were not included in the Affordable Care

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Open Letter: Community group questions rapid changes in Chinatown International District

Open Letter: Community group questions rapid changes in Chinatown International District

Guest Contributor May 17, 2017 0

The following is an open letter from The CID Coalition to City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods’ International Special Review District (ISRD) Board Coordinator Rebecca Frestedt and the ISRD board. Dear ISRD Board Members, We

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#Resister—May 11, 2017: Turn Fear and Anger into Action

#Resister—May 11, 2017: Turn Fear and Anger into Action

Kai Eng May 11, 2017 0

National Week of Resistance Monday, May 8 marked the beginning of the National Week of Resistance to the “Muslim ban.” Next Monday, May 15, federal courts in Richmond and Seattle will be hearing the government’s

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