Election Day is November 6, but I’ve already cast my ballot. You see, for the past decade, I’ve been an absentee voter. Which doesn’t mean that I don’t vote — I just do it by mail-in ballot. It started when Big Brother was an infant. I strapped him into the stroller and pushed him […]
As I’ve written before, there are not a lot of logo shirts I’d wear, because, that’s like advertising a company. On your body. For free. But remember how I said I’d make the exception for a good cause? Well, here’s a good cause for you: 18 Million Rising is a non-partisan, non-profit organization aimed at […]
Judging by the reaction to Mitt Romney’s vow during the first presidential debate to cut funding for PBS, Big Bird is the sacred cow of American childhood. For anyone born during the 1970s or later, Sesame Street really is right up there with apple pie and baseball. Perhaps even more so for children of […]
New Voter ID laws could have special impacts on Asian Americans. Why you should get your relatives registered to vote. Click for online voter registration.
The President’s sister, Maya Soetoro-Ng, hopes Asian Americans will get behind Obama in 2012
Asian Americans could be a crucial swing vote in November’s election. Here’s why and some resources for you
Highlights from the Kellogg Foundation’s second annual conference on racial equity and healing
One in ten married couples includes partners of different races. And guess which racial mixes have the highest increases in birthrates?