“Yellow Peril” And “Anti-Muslim Rhetoric” Enter Attorney General’s Race In Missouri

Asian Fortune, News Report, Posted: Jul 25, 2016

A coalition of Asian American groups in Missouri is condemning an ad attacking Missouri Attorney General candidate Kurt Schaefer which they say “depicts Chinese and Asians as the enemy” and is reminiscent of “darker and shameful times in our nation’s history.”

 

A Look Back at Obama in 2015 and What’s Ahead in 2016

 

The Final Call, News Analysis, Askia Muhamad, Posted: Jan 06, 2016

Despite a long list of major political victories in 2015, many “friends” feel President Barack Obama’s performance last year was mediocre.

Want to Improve Voter Turnout? Abolish Voter Registration. No, Really!

 

The Root , News Analysis, Posted: Nov 12, 2014

Two-thirds of eligible voters did not vote in this year’s midterm elections. It was the lowest electoral turnout since World War II.

 

Asian American Voter Bloc Grows, But Unique Challenges Persist

 

New America Media, Op-ed, Eugene Lee & Deanna Kitamura, Posted: Sep 11, 2013

Nearly four million Asian Americans voted in the 2012 election, representing a 16 percent increase from those who voted in 2008.

Report: Language Assistance Key Issue for Asian American Voters

 

Asian Week, News Report, Posted: Aug 14, 2013

A new poll shows nearly half of voting sites across the country failed to provide adequate language assistance for Asian American voters in 2012.

New Report on 2012 Election Finds Language Assistance A Key Issue for Asian American Voters

 

AsianWeek, News Report, Posted: Aug 12, 2013

Asian Americans Advancing Justice (Advancing Justice) released a report examining whether counties complied with their obligations to provide language assistance to Asian American voters during the 2012 presidential election.

 

Election Drama Offers 'Lessons in Diversity' for One Calif. City

 

New America Media, Op-ed, Stewart Kwoh , Posted: May 14, 2013

As San Gabriel looks ahead, those who serve the community would do well to welcome the participation of all Americans.

Black Voters Made History By Beating Whites to Polls Last November

 

Colorlines, News Report, Posted: Apr 29, 2013

The Associated Press, for whom the analysis was commissioned, reports that the finding reflects “a deeply polarized presidential election in which blacks strongly supported Barack Obama while many whites stayed home.”

Hillary as President: Better for Blacks?

 

The Root, News Report, Posted: Jan 29, 2013

It might have been easier to press her for change than it has been with Obama, say some observers.

 

On MLK Day, Blacks Concerned About Obama's Agenda

 

TriceEdneyWire.com, News Report, Hazel Trice Edney, Posted: Jan 20, 2013

With the MLK holiday and Inauguration Day set for Monday, neither Pres. Obama nor leading Democrats have publicly mentioned his most faithful constituents.

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