NBC News – Deported

March 19, 2017 admin 0

Re-posted from NBC News. BY SAHRA V. NGUYEN “Deported” is a five-part documentary series by Sahra V. Nguyen on “NBC Asian America Presents…,” a digital video channel that features original content centered around themes and voices found in Asian American […]

Happy birthday, Fred Korematsu!

January 30, 2017 admin 0

Google’s Doodle on Monday honors the late Fred Korematsu, a civil rights activist and recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom who led Korematsu v. United States, a significant Supreme Court case challenging Japanese internment in the United States. Fred Korematsu […]

AAPI Policy Movers: 10 Days In

January 30, 2017 admin 0

BY ANDY VO Every election season, it seems there’s another article about AAPIs “making their voices heard.” It’s a term I’ve grown to dislike, not only because I have seen it before, but because the idea of AAPIs “making their […]

#TBT Series: Revisiting “Filipinos for Garcetti”

December 1, 2016 admin 0

BY AAPR TEAM & PROFESSOR GEORGE VILLANUEVA Today, we’re launching our #TBT or #ThrowbackThursday series where we revisit some of these articles and, when possible, hear from the authors themselves. For 28 years, the Asian American Policy Review has brought attention […]

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 […]