By Harrison Lo SYLP student Asian Americans were thought to be ninjas, to be seen and yet unseen in society. We are seen as the minority group that has it best. We can take the racist remarks and comments as if they are nothing. Why has this become the image of Asians today? We hardly […]
Ina Dash, a current high school senior at Nathan Hale High School, is now president of the Northwest Asian Weekly Youth Board. Dash is the youngest member of the Washington State India Trade Relations Action Committee (WASITRAC), an organization that facilitates a strong relationship between Orissa, India, and Washington state. Dash actively participates in Making […]
For Thach Nguyen, 40, tough times have had less of an effect on him and the people he has encouraged to be more connected to others.
The Seattle Police Department sure can’t catch a break. A month after the incident where an officer was caught on tape using racially charged remarks and stomping
To the Editor: As I read your latest publication, I came across the article (in last week’s issue, June 20–26), “Who’s your daddy,” and I am appalled by what your [newspaper] deemed acceptable to publish.