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25 Times Gidra Was Goddamn Glorious: From 1969-74, a group of UCLA students founded Gidra, a newspaper that turned into the "unofficial voice of 'the Movement.'" You can now access a digital archive of Gidra through Densho. Here are some of the publication's greatest hits.

What President Trump Should Know About The Asian American Community: The Trump administration has so far ignored the serious challenges facing the Asian American and Pacific Islander community -- and the federal role in addressing these challenges.

How Trump Gave the Supreme Court a Second Chance on Japanese Internment: Trump's proposed travel ban gives Justice Anthony Kennedy an opportunity to overrule a widely reviled decision that has never been officially overruled: Korematsu v. United States.

How a terminally ill mother came to a fatal decision for her mentally ill son: A truly tragic story out of Los Angeles, where a terminally ill mother felt she had no other options for her mentally ill son.

In booming Koreatown, these immigrants live fizzled American dreams: For many immigrants in Los Angeles's Koreatown neighborhood, luxury condos and booming nightlife is not a reality.

Why Asian-American Seniors Have High Rates Of Depression But Rarely Seek Help: Mental health can be a touchy subject, especially for Asian American seniors -- but experts say it's time to start talking about it.

'When You're Undocumented and Asian, You're Invisible': Alvin is a young undocumented Indonesian American -- an experience, he says, that can be very isolating.

Bitter Harvest: Chinese farm workers helped Oregon establish its reputation as an international beer capital.

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