On Edge, Minority Communities and Law Enforcement Beef Up Security Following Terror Attacks

On Edge, Minority Communities and Law Enforcement Beef Up Security Following Terror Attacks

Arab American News, News Report, Hassan Khalifeh, Posted: Dec 29, 2016

In Michigan, efforts to ban refugees from residing in neighborhoods were quelled and are symbolic at best, although the anti-immigrant sentiments prevail among many.


Drug War Stokes Widespread Fear in the Philippines


Inquirer, News Feature, Inquirer Staff, Posted: Dec 19, 2016

Commission on Human Rights Chair Jose Luis Gascon called on the administration to pursue its anticrime efforts 'with full respect for human rights standards."

Obama Signs Bill Awarding Congressional Gold Medal to Filipino World War II Vets


Asian Journal, News Report, Posted: Dec 19, 2016

Decades after their service ended, fewer than 18,000 Filipino veterans are still alive to personally celebrate the acknowledgment of their sacrifices.

China Angry at Vietnamese "Construction" on Spratly


Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Posted: Dec 13, 2016

Satellite images appear to indicate that Vietnamese vessels are carrying out dredging work after cutting a new channel on Ladd reef. The feature is fully submerged at high tide but has a lighthouse and a guard post for a small contingent of Vietnamese troops.


Veterans Ask for Forgiveness and Healing in Standing Rock


Indian Country News, News Feature, Valerie Taliman, West Coast Editor , Posted: Dec 11, 2016

Clark pledged to return to Standing Rock in service to the people and when he does, he'll go through another ceremony.


Philly Arts Program Helps Refugee Elders After Long, Difficult Journey


Diverse Elders Coalition , News Feature, Hitomi Yoshida , Posted: Nov 30, 2016

Philadelphia is proving it can still be the City of Brotherly Love by funding an program to help refugee elders support each other through arts and crafts.

Man Pulls Off Woman's Winter Scarf Because He Thought She Was Muslim


Arab American News, News Report, Posted: Nov 23, 2016

Simonetti said that after she sat in her car to drive to her job she felt shocked and couldn't work out what had just happened to her.

Racist Flyers Target "Job Stealing Ching Chongs"


Angry Asian Man, Commentary, Posted: Nov 23, 2016

We are now living in the time of racist bullshit perpetuated in the name of Donald Trump. Like, this is an everyday normal thing.


Blunt Approach to Terrorism Will Be Counter-Productive


New Canadian Media, News Analysis, Phil Gurski , Posted: Nov 16, 2016

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump is feeding the extremist narrative that the West hates Islam and does not allow Muslims to practice their religion freely.

Film premiere Leads to Historic Meeting of Descendants Tied to Heroic Japanese Diplomat


Nichi Bei, News Feature, Posted: Oct 24, 2016

At the dawn of World War II, Chiune Sugihara, the Japanese consul in Lithuania at the time, saved thousands of lives by going against his country’s wishes to issue transit visas to Jewish refugees trying to escape Lithuania.

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