California Recognizes Cambodian Genocide Survivors

New America Media, News Report, Posted: Apr 16, 2015

The California State Senate on Thursday unanimously approved a resolution to commemorate the Cambodian genocide.


Is Diversity at the Gates of the ‘Green Insiders Club’ Just a Dream?


El Observador, News Report, Jenny Manrique, Posted: Apr 16, 2015

How does one get into the mainstream environmental organization’s “Green Insiders' Club,” where minorities are underrepresented?


40 Years After the War: The Making of a New Vietnam


New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Posted: Apr 16, 2015

Forty years after the Vietnam War ended, I struggle to define my changing relationship with my homeland.


AAPI Community Organizations Make Push for Immigrants to Apply for DACA


Asian Journal, News Report, Posted: Apr 15, 2015

In California alone, at least 40,000 of the half a million undocumented immigrants in the state are eligible for beneficial programs like Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).


Task Force on New Americans Highlights Importance of Immigrant Media


New America Media, News Report, Elena Shore, Posted: Apr 14, 2015

The Task Force on New Americans, created by executive action, released a report to the White House with its recommendations.


Facing Deportation — Hearing begins for Korean American Adoptee Adam Crapser


North West Asian Weekly, News Feature, Posted: Apr 14, 2015

After a month of increasing social media outrage over the plight of Adam Crapser, the Korean American adoptee and abuse survivor appeared in a US immigration court April 2 on what was also Crapser’s 40th birthday.

New Computer Scam Claims to Protect Against Malware


Korea Times, News Report, Revised and Translated by Nayoon Jin, Posted: Apr 09, 2015

The Korea Times is warning its readers to beware of a new phone scam in which the caller offers to protect the resident's computer from malware and viruses.


Catherine Karnow's Vietnam: Documenting a Changing Country


New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Posted: Apr 09, 2015

Stanley Karnow recorded the nightmares of the Vietnam War with words, and Catherine Karnow has managed to chronicle Vietnam’s long night’s journey into day with her photos.

Domestic Violence Worse in Asian American Community


Asam News, News Report, Posted: Apr 08, 2015

The rates of domestic violence in the Asian American community is two to three times higher than any other group, reports the Daily Titan.


Indian or American? Fight Over Yoga in US Can Tie Us Up in Knots


New America Media, Commentary, Sandip Roy, Posted: Apr 07, 2015

In that sense yoga too has become the classic immigrant story – born in India and remade in America.

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