Things to Know From Angry Asian America Elizabeth Warren: A Working Agenda for AAPIsFrom the Elizabeth Warren Campaign: “We need to collect comprehensive disaggregated data if we are going to make big structural changes so that our democracy works for everyone. This document is a work in progress and will continue to be updated based […]
Things to Know From Angry Asian America Calfornia to Offically Apologize for Incarceration of Japanese AmericansAlmost 80 years after President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, authorizing the incarceration of 120,000 innocent Japanese Americans during World War II, the state of California will formally apologize to Japanese Americans for its role in the internment. […]
Happy Angryversary. Hello! Phil here. We all know today, February 14, is Valentine’s Day. But as longtime readers may remember, today also happens to mark the anniversary of this website. Yup. On this day, nineteen years ago, I flipped the switch on the very first iteration of Angry Asian Man, launching me into the wilds […]
An Archive of Consonants क/ka cud n. partly digested food returned from the first stomach of ruminants to the mouth for further chewing. words like cud, cud-like words must be[…] The post Original Poetry: ‘An Archive of Consonants’ by Itisha Giri appeared first on The Aerogram.
I saw a Facebook friend of mine post this video from YouTube about North Carolina high school student Ethan Kim, who had applied early to Harvard, but got deferred. So he decided to put together a rap music video asking ‘Harvard Please Let Me In.’ I have to say that Ethan can rap! The video […]
Things To Know From Angry Asian America Middle School Student Bullied, Attacked, Accused of Having CoronavirusIn California’s San Fernando Valley, a middle school student was bullied, physically attacked and accused of having the coronavirus because he was Asian. Los Angeles County officials Thursday urged the public to resist yielding to anti-Asian stereotypes, panic and misinformation […]
Shortly after the closing of the New Hampshire primary polls, Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang announced (to my surprise) the suspension of his campaign. His stated reason: “Before the Iowa caucus last week, Yang and his aides had held out hope that his poll numbers would translate into more votes than they actually did. When […]
Things to Know From Angry Asian America “It’s Clear From the Numbers We’re Not Going to Win This Campaign”Andrew Yang is dropping out of the presidential race. The first Asian American man to run for president as a Democrat, Yang is an entrepreneur who promoted a universal basic income and warned of the perils of […]