Fast Forward 2060 Conference: Washington, DC

November 30, 2016 AAPR Team 0

An opportunity for those in Washington, DC: Next week, there will be a day-long public pop-up exhibit and event called Fast Forward 2060: Highlighting Legacy and Action in the Asian American and Pacific Islander Community Under President Obama and Beyond. […]

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Letters from Camp by Frank Chi

November 28, 2016 AAPR Team 0

Sponsored by the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center and created by filmmaker Frank Chi, this short film features young Muslim Americans reading letters that young Japanese Americans in World War II incarceration camps sent to Clara Breed, a librarian in […]

Looking Forward: Takeaways from the 2016 Election

November 27, 2016 Andy Vo 0

BY ANDY VO In the early morning of Wednesday, November 9, 2016, Donald J. Trump was elected President of the United States. While analysis of this election will continue for years, three important takeaways emerge that policymakers should know as […]

Donald Trump and the Asian American Generational Divide

November 21, 2016 AAPR Team 0

Asian Americans voted for Hillary Clinton by a large majority, but surprisingly, a small number of naturalized (first-generation, generally older) Asian immigrants voted for Donald Trump. Understanding why—and making sure these voters stay engaged—is one of the community’s key challenges for […]

Call for Submissions – 2016-2017

November 10, 2016 AAPR Team 0

The Asian American Policy Review (AAPR) is accepting submissions for its 27th edition. Founded in 1989, AAPR is the first non-partisan academic journal in the country dedicated to analyzing public policy issues facing the Asian Pacific Islander American (APIA) community. We […]