Did you know that cannabis was a mandated crop in colonial Virginia?
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Keeping it Real (ID)
The REAL ID seems simple enough until you don't have the correct documents required, the funds to update it, or could have your mobility restricted and life endangered due to the new ID requirements.
Rohingya in Chicago: thriving but still striving
Closing out AAPI Heritage Month, two Rohingya men share their stories. They are both part of Chicago's burgeoning Rohingya community.
AAPI voices remember and celebrate
Part 3 - Celebration
The ugly truth about colonization and immigration
A historical overview of Asian immigration to the U.S. and American colonization of Pacific Islands.
Reckoning with white-adjacency in Chinese American churches
Race is a myth, Chinese American churches differ greatly from Chinese ones, and their conservative politics are wound up with faith in the USA.
What’s the true hallmark of intersectional resistance?
198 ways to creatively resist injustice
2020 Election Guide on Racial Equity
How do the presidential candidates’ proposed policies stack up in the pursuit of racial equity?
Life chances of Black African refugees in the U.S
By Katelyn Skye Bennett July 27, 2020 This post focuses on the life chances of Black African refugees in the U.S., taking a look at the labor market, how knowledge of the English language plays in (you’ll be surprised!), and what an appropriate faith response might look like. There’s a summary at the end. This … Continue reading Life chances of Black African refugees in the U.S