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Asians in eight states favored Dems, nixed Michigan affirmative action ban

Asians in eight states favored Dems, nixed Michigan affirmative action ban

The International Examiner November 15, 2006 0

NEW AMERICAN MEDIA NEW YORK — Asian American voters in eight states continued a decade-long shift towards Democratic candidates, with 79 percent of those polled favoring Democrats in this year’s congressional and state elections.

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Immigrants & The 2006 Elections Voter survey shows attitudes towards immigration issues

Immigrants & The 2006 Elections Voter survey shows attitudes towards immigration issues

The International Examiner November 15, 2006 0

Examiner News Service As Election 2006 comes to an end, results of a voter survey revealed surprising patterns between voting behavior and attitudes towards immigration and civil liberties issues. For the first time ever

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Japanese American Cultural Center closer to becoming a reality

Japanese American Cultural Center closer to becoming a reality

The International Examiner November 15, 2006 0

BY KEN MOCHIZUKI Examiner Assistant Editor Lori Matsukawa, KING-TV news anchor/reporter, noticed how school buses would drop off busloads of students at the International District’s Uwajimaya store to “experience Japanese American culture.” “Nothing against

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Art Etc

Art Etc

The International Examiner November 1, 2006 0

Visual Arts Mia Bradshaw Mia Bradshaw is of Japanese American and French and German American ethnicity. She had the privilege of growing up in a rich culture of two wonderful worlds. The simplicity and

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APALA awards Stephen Nadal Scholarship to two students active in social justice

APALA awards Stephen Nadal Scholarship to two students active in social justice

The International Examiner November 1, 2006 0

This year, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance’s (APALA) Seattle Chapter gave $2,000 scholarships to two outstanding college students that are making a difference in our communities. APALA is a national membership organization that unites

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From homeless to housing advocate: Stella Chao seeks next challenge

From homeless to housing advocate: Stella Chao seeks next challenge

The International Examiner November 1, 2006 0

BY KEN MOCHIZUKI Examiner Staff Stella Su-Li Chao, former executive director of the International District Housing Alliance (IDHA), knows about the homeless and the mentally ill. She commented on the proposed Downtown Emergency Service

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From homeless to housing advocate: Stella Chao seeks next challenge

From homeless to housing advocate: Stella Chao seeks next challenge

The International Examiner November 1, 2006 0

BY KEN MOCHIZUKI Examiner Staff Stella Su-Li Chao, former executive director of the International District Housing Alliance (IDHA), knows about the homeless and the mentally ill. She commented on the proposed Downtown Emergency Service

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Veteran’s Day Tribute: Nisei vet Sam Mitsui shares his ideals at speakers forum

Veteran’s Day Tribute: Nisei vet Sam Mitsui shares his ideals at speakers forum

The International Examiner November 1, 2006 0

BY MARISA MCQUILKEN UW News lab The American flag embroidered onto Sam Mitsui’s golf shirt, the yellow “Livestrong” band around his right wrist, and the cross hanging from his neck hint at the ideals

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OCA legal workshop informs APIs: Know your rights

OCA legal workshop informs APIs: Know your rights

The International Examiner November 1, 2006 0

BY KEN MOCHIZUKI Examiner Staff Bettie Luke, office and project manager of the Organization of Chinese Americans (OCA) Greater Seattle Chapter, said there had been a “growing awareness” within OCA of an “increasing influx

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Emergency shelter director makes case for homeless home in the ID

Emergency shelter director makes case for homeless home in the ID

The International Examiner November 1, 2006 0

BY KEN MOCHIZUKI Examiner Staff A proposal for a residential facility in the International District to house the homeless mentally ill is being received with skepticism, concern and sometimes fear. The Downtown Emergency Service

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