Asian Voices

State lawmakers are pushing a bill to prevent law enforcement from transferring people upon their release from prison to immigration detention.
The Guttmacher Institute analyzed the impact of rescinding the amendment, which bars U.S. foreign aid from being used to pay for abortions abroad.
The Senate has been much easier on his white nominees.
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In her new memoir, “Assume Nothing,” Selvaratnam reflects on her abusive relationship with former New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
In terms of Best Picture candidates, it doesn't get much better than Chloé Zhao's gentle travelogue starring Frances McDormand.
Muslim immigrants fleeing persecution find themselves fighting anti-Islam bias in the U.S. immigration system, even as the Biden administration seeks change.
A report released two months ago concluded that Black service members in the Air Force are more likely to be investigated, arrested, and be discharged for misconduct.
Bee Vang condemned the film's many ethnic slurs, which white audiences often laughed at.
"We are used to minimizing our own pain because we don’t want to rock the boat."