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Flashpoint in U.S.-Cambodia Repatriation Agreement has origins in work by grassroots groups

Flashpoint in U.S.-Cambodia Repatriation Agreement has origins in work by grassroots groups

Bunthay Cheam November 5, 2017 0

On October 17, the Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC), a leading advocate organization for people of Southeast Asian descent, issued a press release stating that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) had initiated a

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LimeBike founder reflects on success of bike sharing network

LimeBike founder reflects on success of bike sharing network

Rachel Ferro November 3, 2017 0

In just five months since their first market launch at University of Carolina, Greensboro, dockless bike sharing company LimeBike has amassed over 300,000 registered users in 20 city and university markets. Bike share programs

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Filipino WWII veterans receive Congressional Gold Medal

Filipino WWII veterans receive Congressional Gold Medal

Cindy Domingo November 2, 2017 0

U.S. history is full of broken promises made especially to people of color. Last week, Congress took another step in the right direction to make good on a promise to 250,000 Filipino World War

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Ahmed Abdi wants to make the Port of Seattle work for low-income families, people of color

Ahmed Abdi wants to make the Port of Seattle work for low-income families, people of color

Chetanya Robinson October 31, 2017 0

Ahmed Abdi is running for Position 3 on the Port of Seattle Commission, against incumbent Stephanie Bowman. It's his first political race. A refugee from Somalia, Abdi worked on the campaign to bring the

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‘City of Rock’ a fast-paced Chinese comedy flick

‘City of Rock’ a fast-paced Chinese comedy flick

Yayoi Lena Winfrey October 27, 2017 0

In the past 20 years, China has gone from releasing films mostly about the Cultural Revolution or the class struggles immediately following it, to lavish, upscale, Westernized productions. It’s hard to believe that a

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Museum exhibition honors first Japanese to live in U.S.

Museum exhibition honors first Japanese to live in U.S.

David Chesanow October 25, 2017 0

In 1841, a 14-year-old Japanese fisherman and four older friends were caught in a squall and left stranded on a remote desert island in the Izu chain. They were rescued months later by an

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Candidates for mayor, City Council and the Port present their platforms for the API community

Candidates for mayor, City Council and the Port present their platforms for the API community

Leilani Leach October 24, 2017 0

Civic leaders and members of the Asian Pacific Islander community filled Nagomi Tea House on Oct 12 to hear local candidates’ appeals before the November 7 general election

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BankWork$ program is intended to have long-term benefits for people of color

BankWork$ program is intended to have long-term benefits for people of color

Roxanne Ray October 23, 2017 0

Some industries can seem difficult to break into, and banking is often seen as one of those elusive career paths. But the BankWork$ program can help: the program is aimed at low-income people of

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Financial Empowerment Network responds to local needs

Financial Empowerment Network responds to local needs

Roxanne Ray October 23, 2017 0

In 2007, Harvard Law School professor and current U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren proposed that the United States federal government set up a new agency to protect the financial interests of average Americans, particularly low-

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KeyBank’s Carol K. Nelson stewards community focus

KeyBank’s Carol K. Nelson stewards community focus

Guest Contributor October 23, 2017 0

As part of the partnership between the International Examiner and KeyBank to highlight the ways we can work toward financial empowerment for all communities, we caught up with KeyBank’s Carol K. Nelson, Pacific Region

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