Long Before They Were 'Apparent Muslims,' Sikhs Were Targeted In U.S.: While Sikh-Americans have come under increased scrutiny in recent years due to the misconception that they follow Islam, the history of Sikhs in America coming under attack begins long before the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Editorial: We are all Amrik Singh Bal: "We stand in solidarity with the Sikh community and with all those who celebrate, practice and protect our constitutional right to religious freedom – and believe that America's embrace of immigrants has made it a stronger, better country."
2015 Was More Than Just a Banner Year for Asian Americans on Television: "If 2014 was a banner year for Asian Americans on TV, then 2015 was a banner year for their hyphenated identities to find a home in primetime programming -- progress that had as much, if not more, to do with what was happening behind the cameras as what was happening on screen."
Best Asian American TV and Film Roles in 2015: The Center for Asian American Media polled staffers, interns, community partners and friends and asked: "Who would you nominate for the best TV and film roles featuring an Asian American character from 2015?" Here are their picks.
The Winners And Losers Of Asian Representation In Hollywood In 2015: BuzzFeed's Susan Cheng looks back at the year for Asians in Hollywood -- the good, the "meh," and the ugly. Spoiler alert.
The 'Asian Superhero' is Not an Oxymoron: The Nerds of Color's Keith Chow responds to Umapagan Ampikaipakan's ill-conceived New York Times op-ed piece, which called into question the entire concept of an "Asian superhero." Clearly, Keith disagreed.
Thick Dumpling Skin Podcast - Episode 1: Our good friends Lynn Chen and Lisa Lee just launched a new podcast for Thick Dumpling Skin, the community they founded for Asian Americans to discuss and share about struggles surrounding food and body image.
Remembering Grace Lee Boggs: Filmmaker Grace Lee Boggs wrote about the legendary late activist Grace Lee Boggs for the "Why They Mattered" feature of Politico's year-end issue.
How Vietnamese Refugees Spent 40 Years Rejuvenating An Oklahoma City Neighborhood: In the 1970s, nearly 7,000 Vietnamese families resettled in Oklahoma City -- a refugee community that helped transform the area now known as the Asian District.
Marvin Yueh's Top 5 Podcasts Hosted by Asian Americans in 2015: Marvin Yueh, Associate Director of Kollaboration, loves podcasts. Here are his top five podcasts featuring Asian American hosts and perspectives launched in 2015.
Backstage Hijinks and Holiday Love! Spend a Two-Show Day at Allegiance With Elena Wang: Elena Wang, who is enjoying her Broadway debut in Allegiance, takes us backstage at the new musical.
Dream Big Friends Interview: An interview with the creators of Big Dream Friends, a new toy brand -- starring Yuna, perhaps the first Asian American lead character of a doll line -- that aims to bust up the status quo.
Ken Jeong Is Not Cracking Asian Jokes: Ken Jeong, creator, executive producer and star of ABC's Dr. Ken, talks to New York Times Magazine about comedy, haters and creators.
Vincent Rodriguez III Talks “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” And How Minorities Are Changing Television: Vincent Rodriguez III, star of the CW musical comedy Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, talks about his breakthrough role and how minorities are changing the landscape of television and entertainment.
'Hamilton' Cast Helps Children in Need: Philippa Soo, who stars as Eliza Schuyler in the hit Broadway musical Hamilton, recruited her colleagues to participate in "The Eliza Project," a youth initiative that extends her character's charitable legacy.
When the TV Laws met the real Laws: Benjamin Law, author of The Family Law, discusses some of the weird moments in the strange world of developing a TV show based on your own family.