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AsAmNews Reports: White House Initiative for AAPI Apparent Casualty of Trump Presidency

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AsAmNews Reports: White House Initiative for AAPI Apparent Casualty of Trump Presidency
January 21, 2017 By Ed Diono for AsAmNews In President Barack Obama’s first year in office, he reinstated the White House Initiative for AAPI that was first created by President Bill Clinton but had lain moribund during George W. Bush’s two terms. As President Donald Trump took office, the White House website was redesigned within a hour of his swearing in. Gone are any mentions of...

LA Area College Students - Apply for a $2,500 AAJA-LA Journalism Scholarship

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LA Area College Students - Apply for a $2,500 AAJA-LA Journalism Scholarship
  Go to AAJA-LA.org for information on the next round of scholarships! Here is the link to the AAJA-LA.org application!  ======== August 12, 2015 Don't miss this great opportunity! The deadline is September 25, 2015! The Asian American Journalists Association, Los Angeles is pleased to announce its annual scholarship competition.  The chapter will award...

Win a $2,500 Scholarship from AAJA-LA.org!

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Win a $2,500 Scholarship from AAJA-LA.org!
    Go to AAJA-LA.org for information on the next round of scholarships!   Here is the link to the AAJA-LA.org application!       The Los Angeles Chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association will award several 2015 scholarships of $2,500 each to full-time college students in the Greater Los Angeles...

Journalist and Immigration Activist Jose Antonio Vargas is detained by U.S. Border Patrol at border town McAllen, Texas

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Journalist and Immigration Activist Jose Antonio Vargas is detained by U.S. Border Patrol at border town McAllen, Texas
Update July 16, 2014 Immigration activist and Pulitzer prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas was released eight hours after he was detained at U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint located within 45 miles of McAllen, Texas. Washington Post writer J. Freedom du Lac reports Vargas was released with a notice to appear before an immigration judge. "As an unaccompanied child migrant myself, I...

Commentary: Writers Richard Jean So and Hua Hsu on Donald Sterling's Racism and Asian Americans

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Commentary: Writers Richard Jean So and Hua Hsu on Donald Sterling's Racism and Asian Americans
May 8, 2014   Racism is not all black and white. In the May 6, 2014 edition of Slate.com, writers Hua Hsu and Richard Jean So wrote an op-ed about Donald Sterling and his connection to Korean Americans. As of May 8, their commentary has attracted 641 comments online.   Read the full version at Slate.com "What Donald Sterling's Love of Koreans Reveals About Racism In America."...