August 5, 2021

The Danger of Anti-China Rhetoric (Vox)

The way lawmakers have framed the importance of checking the Chinese government has raised concerns from activists and foreign policy experts who worry that the rhetoric and tone of such efforts will further stoke already high anti-Asian sentiment.
June 16, 2021

Asian American Magazine Fights Erasure (SF Weekly)

An investor-backed media group laid claim to the moniker of S.F.’s long-running Hyphen magazine, a part of CAA's AACRE coalition, sparking a conversation about writing over community history.
June 1, 2021

Colleges Should Admit Students Without the ACT or SAT (Inside Higher Ed)

The allure of standardized metrics for college admissions is understandable. A truly objective way for students to showcase their potential regardless of race or class would be a powerful equalizer. Sadly, the SAT and ACT are just the opposite -- they obfuscate students’ ability while amplifying entrenched power structures.
May 6, 2021

Asian Americans Reported Being Targeted at Least 2,400 Times This Year (CNN)

A center tracking reports of racism and discrimination against Asian Americans says it has received 6,603 firsthand complaints since last year. There were at least 2,410 anti-Asian hate incidents in the first three months of this year, according to Stop AAPI Hate's latest report, released Thursday.