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“The history of legalization and citizenship in this country cannot be separated from the history of racism in this country and how it relates to Asian people,” Vargas, who just released a memoir, told HuffPost.
“We will fight for a new -- and maybe even better -- solution. We’ve done it before.”
"I love us because we wake up to a country that hates us."
June is also the month we celebrate Philippine Independence Day.
Targets of the president's rhetoric and policy have shown up in person.
This is our moment to be the moral compass that our nation needs.
From Anderson Cooper to John Oliver, it's become fashionable of late -- even in mainstream media circles -- to laud those daring enough to combine journalism with activism. That's good news -- but it wasn't always that way
White Americans are an emerging racial minority in many parts of the country. In fact, students who identify as "White" became a minority in K-12 public schools for the first time nationally during the 2014-2015 school year.
"I personally am tired of people speaking for me, about me, who are not me."
The journalist is trying to raise $500,000 for the project, which will be matched by crowdfunding startup Beacon.
Which makes little sense if you look at the numbers.
"I don't like the word 'alien' because I feel like green is not my color."