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APIAs Envision Equitable, Just #FutureAsianAmerica

18MillionRising.org invited Twitter users to imagine a world where Asian and Pacific Islander Americans embrace uplifting narratives, discard “model minority” rhetoric and fight anti-Blackness.

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New Magazine Aims to Illuminate Asian Americans in All Their Complexity

Slant’d co-founder Katerina Jeng: ”By sharing real stories from real people, we are empowering Asian Americans to rewrite the narrative that has been historically written by non-Asians for far too long.”

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STUDY: APIA First-Time Voters Turned Out for 2016 Election in Record Numbers

The newest National Asian American Survey reports that 1.1 million new voters of Asian descent cast ballots last November.

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APIA Rockers The Slants Take Name Trademark Battle to the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court’s decision on Lee v. Tam could impact the trademark battles of the Washington NFL team and other entities with names based on racist stereotypes.