How Hardcore Helps Me Cope With Depression
 

How Hardcore Helps Me Cope With Depression

We'Ced, Video, Alyssa Castro, Posted: Jan 16, 2015

Robert Cervantez, 19, has struggled with feelings of depression since middle school. Merced's Hardcore community has given him a much-needed outlet.

 

The Paris Attacks Are an Insult to the Prophet Mohamad

 

Arab American News, Editorial, Staff, Posted: Jan 14, 2015

As much as we condemn the cowardly attack, we reject retaliation against ordinary Muslims have nothing to do with the violent extremists who carried it.

Margaret Cho Mocks North Korea at the Golden Globe

 

Koream Journal, News Report, Posted: Jan 13, 2015

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler kicked off last night’s Golden Globes with jokes about the cyberattack on Sony Pictures, calling the room full of celebrities “spoiled, minimally talented brats,” a reference to Scott Rudin’s leaked comment about Angelina Jolie.

 

Fresno's Hmong New Year Fest Draws International Crowd

 

The kNow, Video, Posted: Jan 13, 2015

Each year, over a hundred thousand people gather at two locations in Fresno to celebrate Hmong New Year.

 

My Civil Rights Year—Selma, Louisiana and Mrs. Caulfield’s Butterbeans

 

New America Media, First Person, Paul Kleyman, Posted: Jan 09, 2015

Just two of us in a parking lot, uninsulated by the National Guard. What had I got myself into?

 

S. Korean Youth Weigh in on ‘The Interview’

 

New America Media, Interview, Posted: Dec 18, 2014

South Korean youth share their reactions to the comedy "the Interview," which has been cancelled due to threats believed to have come from North Korea.

Sure, Let’s Pardon Mark Wahlberg for His Violent, Racist Past

 

The Root, News Report, Posted: Dec 08, 2014

The actor, who went to prison as a teenager for partially blinding a man, deserves a second chance—as do all the men of color who’ve been convicted of felonies.

The Bar Is Closed: TBS Canceled the Sitcom Co-Created by Korean/Irish American comic Steve Byrne

 

Rafu Shimpo, News Report, Posted: Dec 06, 2014

After three seasons, TBS on Nov. 20 canceled the sitcom co-created by Korean/Irish American comic Steve Byrne, who starred as a corporate lawyer who gives up his job in New York to take over his parents’ working-class bar in Pittsburgh.

 

Why I'm Thankful -- Reflections of a Farmworker's Son

 

South Kern Sol / New America Media, First Person, Leonel Martinez, Posted: Nov 27, 2014

I was an only child, living out in the country with no regular playmates. But from that loneliness came something good.

 

John Cho Delights in Rom-Com Role in ABC’s ‘Selfie’

 

KoreAm Journal, News Feature, Ada Tseng; photography by Jack Blizzard, Posted: Nov 02, 2014

In the new ABC romantic-comedy Selfie, John Cho goes where no Asian American actor has gone before.

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