Hyphens (Poem)

July 6, 2017 Kimberly Zin 0

BY KIMBERLY ZIN This piece was published in the 27th print volume of the Asian American Policy Review. Hyphens, you were always taught to use To join different words and smush them together Into new adjectives bound by commitment forever So […]

Art and Poetry by Shurooq Al Jewari

June 15, 2017 Shurooq Al Jewari 0

This interview was featured in the 27th print volume of the Asian American Policy Review. Asian American Policy Review (AAPR) : Let’s start with a little bit about your story. When did you begin to draw, and what does art mean […]

[In Theaters] ABACUS: Small Enough To Jail

June 12, 2017 AAPR Team 0

Wanted to highlight a film that brings attention to an issue facing the Chinese community in New York: ABACUS: SMALL ENOUGH TO JAIL is a documentary film that tells the incredible saga of the Chinese immigrant Sung family, owners of […]

Model Majority Podcast

June 1, 2017 AAPR Team 0

For those who listen to podcasts, we recommend checking out the Model Majority Podcast with two former Obama organizers, Tony Nagatani and Kevin Xu. Tony and Kevin reached out to the AAPR last month to promote their series on AAPI Heritage Month, so this […]