A new generation of Chinese Americans is teaming up with a white conservative activist to end affirmative action. If their lawsuit against Harvard goes forward, they could get their wish.
When I traveled to the Manzanar and Poston internment camps after the election, I realized that the past has thrust itself into our present.
Before the mothers of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, and Eric Garner took to the streets in protest, there was Iris Baez, a homemaker who became an activist after an NYPD officer killed her son Anthony in 1994.
Across the country, LGBT communities are struggling with the aftermath and implications of the Orlando cub shooting. In Jackson Heights, Queens, the queer Latino immigrant community is finding a way to organize.
In a time of rising Yellow Peril, it's never been more urgent for us to move away from stereotypes about China and its people in our literature.
In romance novels and porn, white people are free to fall in love and have sex without worrying about racial representation.