Here Is What Appears to Be Dylann Roof's Racist Manifesto: It seems that Dylann Roof, the 21-year-old gunman who killed nine people in a shooting rampage last week in Charleston, South Carolina, wrote a "manifesto" in which he wrote, among other shitty racist ramblings that are not really worth reading, that he was "not opposed at all to allies with the Northeast Asian races." No thank you, and fuck you, man.
It's not about mental illness: The big lie that always follows mass shootings by white males: When it comes to talking about mass shootings, Arthur Chu says that blaming "mental illness" is a cop-out -- and one that lets us avoid talking about race, guns, hatred and terrorism.
How security transformed a temple in Wisconsin after bloodshed: For the Sikh community in Milwaukee, last week's shooting in Charleston's Emanual African Methodist Episcopal Church brings back painful memories of the 2012 shooting at the Oak Creek temple.
I survived college mania at America's most stressed-out high school: The sad saga of "Sara," the Korean high school senior in Virginia whose far-fetched college admissions hoax has become an international scandal, hits home for Hannah Bae, who attended the same high school and witnessed "college mania" firsthand.
Happy Father's Day: Asian American Dads Write Letters to Their Children: In honor of Father's Day, CAAM asked some Asian American dads to write letters to their children.
This will probably be the last Father's Day my dad remembers me: As Sarita Gupta cares for her father, who has Alzheimer's, she shares what it's like to care for someone with this disease, and does not consider her time with her dad a complete loss.
'There is Nothing I'll Ever Do That Will Equal Being Your Father': "Words cannot describe how much I love you both. But on this Father's Day, I will try." Get your tissues ready for actor Ken Jeong's Father's Day letter to his two daughters, Alexa and Zooey.
I'm a Stand-Up Comic Who Once Railed Against "PC Culture" and "SJWs," But I've Realized That Political Correctness Isn't Ruining Stand-Up Comedy: Comedian Robin Tran used to rail against “PC Culture," but soon realized that being open to critique could make her comedy -- and her audiences -- grow.
There would be no Amy Schumer or Fresh Off the Boat without Margaret Cho: Sixteen years before Amy Schumer and Fresh Off the Boat, there was -- and still is -- Margaret Cho, whose long career in comedy has always involved pushing envelopes.
George Takei Is Out for Justice: Actor, activist and soon-to-be Broadway star George Takei talks about social justice, his Facebook page, and the tension between him and his Star Trek co-star, William Shatner.
The Twisted History of Jerry Hough: A few weeks ago, Duke University Political Science professor Jerry Hough played internet troll and left a comment on a New York Times article on racism in Baltimore, arguing that Asian Americans have overcome oppression through hard work -- once again, using the model minority myth to perpetuate anti-Black racism. Scot Nakagawa responds to Hough's claims.
Linsanity 2.0 - Redefining Success: "This is my story..." This is Jeremy Lin training his ass off.
This Student's Powerful Answer To Bullying: Laura Ling talks to trainer David Wang, who shares how he turned to the gym to work out his frustrations and overcome the violent bullying in his childhood.
You Can Go Home Again: In search of answers, two Chinese American women, adopted and raised by American families, return to the rural towns in China where they were abandoned as infants.
Boxed CEO pays for his workers' kids' college tuition: Chieh Huang, the CEO of a startup company called Boxed, uses profits to pay for benefits such as education for his employee's children.
The burger that could fix fast food: Roy Choi and Daniel Patterson's latest project, LocoL, seeks to create a fast food chain that offers affordable healthy meals in people living in food deserts.
Born Into It: The Internal Conflict of "Asian American" and "Writer": Michael Golamco, co-founder of LCC, celebrates the UCLA theater group's 20th anniversary and reflects on how being Asian American and a writer can sometimes feel conflicting.
Are You Ready for Black Canary's Annie Wu? Illustrator Annie Wu has bold visions for Dinah Lance, an attorney-turned singer-crimefighter and star of DC Comics' Birds of Prey.
When Sonny Liew Dons the Helmet of Dr Fate, Weird Stuff Happens: Singapore-based artist Sonny Liew talks about his latest gig drawing DC Comics' new Dr. Fate series.
These Filmmakers Turned a 2-Minute YouTube Video Into a Feature Film: Stephen Dypiangco and Patrick Epino, the dudes behind the National Film Society Youtube channel, talk about how a 2-minute video celebrating Asian bad guys in TV and movie history turned into a feature film.
Films of Jon Moritsugu, Upending Stereotypes With a Wig and a Sneer: Jon Moritsugu's 1993 experimental underground film Terminal USA is a punky, quirky, and just plain weird depiction of Asian Americans that completely trashed the model minority myth.
Top 5 Tracks Born from the Bay Area's Filipino Mobile DJ Scene | KQED Arts: Oliver Wang's new book, Legions of Boom chronicles the history of the Bay Area Filipino Mobile DJ crews. Here's a list of the top 5 tracks to have emerged from this community's innovations.