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COVID-19 vaccines: A way to honor heritage, community, and family during AANHPI Heritage Month—CDC and the We Can Do This COVID-19 Public Education Campaign emphasize vaccine availability and the need for continued safe practices.
As Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities across the nation honor and celebrate the diverse contributions made in the United States, we are reminded that COVID-19 vaccines and boosters continue to make it possible for us to gather safely in public and private. As of May 12, CDC reported over 258 million […]
UW bioethicist calls for justice in distributing global COVID treatments
On the morning of April 22, Julia Ruan, 16, woke up with a sore throat. Her parents tested her at home and the result was negative. She went to school and a sleepover that night.
Retooling during the pandemic
The house had large plate glass windows, like saucers reflecting portions of the sky. But around them was charcoal-colored wood, multi-hewed, and dusty-looking.
Minority Health Month
By Gayle Gupit-Mayor NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY April is National Minority Health Month (NMHM), and this year’s theme is “Give Your Community a Boost!” NMHM is an initiative promoted by the Office of Minority Health that focuses on the health concerns of Blacks, Hispanics, Asians, Native Americans, and other underserved groups. Through disease prevention and early […]
Woman to sell house as part of resolving hate crime lawsuit—Vietnamese neighbor endured racial threats
By Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly A Vietnamese woman and her husband have resolved their civil lawsuit with a white neighbor who spewed racial slurs and threatened her. Under the terms of an agreement announced on April 11, 72-year-old Janet Myers agreed to sell her home and pay Thi Pham $45,000 from a portion of […]
New families—AAPI adult children come “home” during the pandemic
For Bill Tanaka, 24, living in his parents’ house during the pandemic has meant taking control of the kitchen when it’s his turn to cook.
Biden COVID coordinators leaving in April, Jha to take over
President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 coordinator Jeff Zients and his deputy Natalie Quillian are leaving the administration next month, the White House announced on March 17.
Long COVID: the disease that cannot be described
The isolation of being her mother’s full-time caregiver in hospice in a remote New Mexico town prepared Robin Macnofsky. The following year, she developed long COVID—and is still haunted by the disease.
Nutritionist Mindy Lu urges Asians to build a healthier relationship with food
“In the Asian community, food is a love language. Food is how we connect with our culture,” Mindy Lu said.
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