Anti-Asian Violence Isn’t Un-American. It’s a Racist Tradition That Goes Back Over 150 Years.
In the wake of the heinous murders in Atlanta and a sharp uptick in anti-Asian hate crimes, historian Erika Lee delivered an incisive testimony to Congress.
Hey Muskego-Norway School Board, Your White Fragility is Showing
Wisconsin’s Muskego-Norway School Board formally denied a request from the district’s teachers to include Julie Otsuka's award-winning novel, "When the Emperor Was Divine."
We Need Critical Race Theory in our Schools Now More Than Ever
Acts of racism and violence have been part of American history since its founding and they don’t just exist in the past. We can’t hope to heal from our past — or extinguish racist violence from our present — if we don’t address the problem at its core.
Why Japanese Americans Should Join the Fight for Abolition
The last few weeks of protest, sparked by the murder of George Floyd and rising out of 400+ years of slavery, genocide, and other white supremacist and anti-Black violence, have shattered previous ideas of what we thought was possible.
Asian American Anti-Blackness Is Real — and So Is Our Responsibility to End It
It is urgent that we as Nikkei and Asian Americans recommit to the hard and messy work of uprooting the anti-Blackness from within our communities.
Advocacy & Action
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