Tell me something about Sikh people: No one should suffer violence and discrimination. For more than a century, Sikhs in America have, whether in Oak Creek, Bellingham, or Chicago. A proud and strong community endures. An informative illustrated essay by Josh Kramer.
Why video failed Mr. Patel -- and what we can learn from it: "I remember how my body tensed up the first time I watched the dashcam footage of Alabama police officer Eric Parker slamming Sureshbhai Patel to the ground, leaving a man who looks like my grandfather paralyzed. I believed the video spoke for itself, that anybody could look at it and be convinced that something deeply unjust had taken place. I was wrong."
How Asian-American Voters Went From Republican To Democratic: In the span of two decades, Asian American voters in presidential elections have gone from Republican to Democrat. How did this happen?
Pao says Silicon Valley is changing in wake of her lawsuit (Q&A): Ellen Pao says her battle with venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins has ignited a discussion that's already changing practices at tech companies.
Debate over words to describe Japanese American incarceration lingers: For decades, many in the Japanese American community have argued that inaccurate language has been used to describe what happened to Japanese Americans to hide the true nature of their forced removals.
Ansel Adams' Rare Photos of Everyday Life in a Japanese Internment Camp: Fifty of Ansel Adams' photos, taken at the Manzanar War Relocation Center, will be on display in the traveling exhibition, "Manzanar: The Wartime Photographs of Ansel Adams" at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.
I Gave A Speech About Race To The Publishing Industry And No One Heard Me: We are ready for a publishing industry that represents the world we live in, and it will ignore us -- writers and readers of color -- at its peril.
Keep Your Hands Off of My Kimono, White People: Appropriation is about more than facepaint; it's about pretending that minority cultures are metaphors or fantasy worlds or backdrops for white narratives.
After Yi-Fen Chou: A Forum: 19 writers respond to Michael Derrick Hudson's yellowface.
A Ghost Abroad: An Interview with Matthew Salesses: Matthew Salesses, writer of The Hundred-Year Flood talks lower-body ghosts, communication subterfuge, and American entitlement.
Exclusive: Chloe Bennet's new Quake costume in 'Agents of SHIELD': Marvel's Agents of SHIELD recently revealed the brand-new look for Chloe Bennett as Skye, aka Daisy Johnson, aka Quake.
Constance Wu Is Making Her Way in Hollywood: Fresh Off the Boat star Constance Wu talks about her own family history, how she spends her time when she's not ruling the Huang household, and what the real Jessica Huang thinks of the show.
Here's What You Missed at Mindy Kaling's Chat with Atul Gawande: Mindy Kaling recently revealed that she's writing a movie -- but "it's not like a Star Wars spin-off or anything."
Q&A with BuzzFeed's Eugene Lee Yang: Eugene Lee Yang, video producer, writer, director and actor for BuzzFeed, lays bare what makes him click with diverse audiences.
Comics and music collide in Greg Pak's creator-owned debut, Kingsway West: EW talks to Greg Pak and singer/songwriter Jane Lui about creating a soundtrack for Greg's new comic book Kingsway West, the story of a Chinese gunslinger on a quest to find his wife in an Old West world filled with magic.
Sweater Funk's Chungtech Talks Rare Records, Late Night Basement Sets, and Modern Funk Fest: An interview with Bay Area DJ Christina Chung, aka Chungtech -- on mixtapes, her addiction to records, and her life as a DJ.