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So if reporter Seth Rosenfeld was seeking tons of press attention for his new book about the FBI’s war on student activism during the 60s & 70s, he achieved his goal. One day before his book was published, Rosenfeld released … Continue reading
It’s been 67 years since the atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, on August 6th and 9th 1945 respectively. I’m usually with my family in Japan during this time, watching the ceremony at the Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima on the … Continue reading
From NPR: “Deep inside the National Archives in Washington, D.C., old case files tell the stories of hundreds of thousands of hopeful immigrants to the U.S. between 1880 and the end of World War II. These stories are in the form … Continue reading
Compelling stories and powerful images allow us to remember or learn our histories. Here are three different narratives of the Vietnamese diaspora experience, expressed through three different mediums: a memoir essay, chlorophyl prints, and a novel.
Sometimes when the world seems just a little bit too overwhelmingly racist, I sit myself in front of the computer and surf the internet for good stand-up comedy. Because sometimes, when you encounter kinds of racism that seems to be … Continue reading
Artists who put their music out there for free are the most kick ass. They give us ways to appreciate music without buying into the consumerism/capitalism/monopoly that surrounds the music industry. (Here’s a great infographic about how the monopoly controls … Continue reading
Back in December 2011, Congressman Trent Franks (in photo above, R-AZ) proposed H.R. 3541, the Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act (PreNDA). This bill would have imposed fines and prison time (up to five years) on doctors who perform abortions that are decided … Continue reading
Jeff Chang (one of my heroes) showed to us that the world of commercial rap isn’t pretty. He once wrote with Dave Zirin that media oligarchs “twist an art form into an orgy of materialism, violence and misogyny by spending millions … Continue reading
According to this article from the Wall Street Journal, May 11th is Adoption Day in South Korea. The article interviews Jane Jeong Trenka, who was adopted from South Korea to the US. She currently works in South Korea as the president … Continue reading
So it looks like Jeremy Lin keeps his promises. Remember when he tweeted in response to the video that the kids at Stuyvesant High School made for him? In the video, the students had invited our beloved Jeremy to speak for … Continue reading