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Los Angeles Day of Remembrance 2015: E.O. 9066 and the [In]Justice System Today

LOS ANGELES — The 2015 Los Angeles Day of Remembrance (DOR) program will be held on Saturday, February 21, at the Japanese American National Museum… 826 more words

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liberating liturgies and disgruntled employees

In case you missed it, I wrote a “liberating liturgy/creed/statement of belief” over at my friend Sarah’s blog.

It begins:

I believe that we best know God through the Word of God…

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Guest Posts

NCAPA members joined the #LiveTheWage challenge July 24-30 to raise awareness about the growing inequality in the U.S. July 24 marked five years since the last federal minimum wage increase. 631 more words

Last Wednesday, July 23, students and several AAPI organizations rallied to show support for the All Students Count Act of 2014 that would allow data to be disaggregated into seven Asian American race groups and four Pacific Islander groups. 110 more words

My First Obon Festival

How have I gone 22 years without ever going to Obon?

For those of you who don’t know what Obon is, it is a Japanese Buddhist custom to honor the spirits of one’s ancestors. 374 more words

Travel

Akemashite Omedetou!

You may get from my blog title and a few of my posts that I am very interested in Japan. In fact I’ve been studying the language off and on for quite a few years now, though I’m in a bit of a low period right now (use it or lose it, as they say). 507 more words

Embassy

Technology Issues and JACL

Last night I met with Sang Cho, COO with MNET, a cable station best known for its K-pop programming.  MNET is unique in the media market as it is an Asian American station offering Asian American content.   631 more words

Priscilla Ouchida