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Gujarati Language Now Featured on New Jersey Elections Site in Hopes of Attracting Indian American Voters

India West - The New Jersey elections site has expanded its reach by now featuring a Gujarati language option.This year during the November general election, the state’s Division of Elections…

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What's that new language on N.J. elections site? Gujarati, and those who speak it find that special

Philadelphia Inquirer - Sitting in her Mount Laurel home, Sharmista Patel does not fully comprehend the conversation unfolding in her living room, but she nods in agreement with her husband as he…

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Asian-American civic leader, author, lawyer, & philanthropist Loida Nicolas Lewis to be honored at Womankind's 35th Anniversary Gala in New York on Nov. 1

Filipino Reporter - Filipino-born American businesswoman Loida Nicolas Lewis, widow of TLC Beatrice Founder and CEO Reginald F. Lewis, will receive The Phoenix Lifetime Achievement Award at…

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Hirabayashi, Yasui, Korematsu Families File Brief in Supreme Court in Opposition to Travel Ban

Rafu Shimpo - The children of Gordon Hirabayashi, Minoru Yasui, and Fred Korematsu on Sept. 18 filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court opposing Executive Order 13780, the Trump…

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DACA reactions blast Trump

Asian American Press - Reaction from organizations and elected officials around the country have condened the Trump Administration’s action to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals…

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Asian-American Advocates Blast Trump Decision to End DACA Program

NBC News - Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) groups are among those slamming the Trump administration for its decision to end an Obama-era executive action that allowed undocumented…

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What's Next For The Founder Of The Slants, And The Fight Over Racial Slurs

NPR - On a Monday morning in June, Simon Tam woke up at his home in Portland, Ore., to 753 notifications blowing up his phone. “At that point, I knew something had happened,” Tam said. The…

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Globe's poll omission leaves Asian-Americans invisible and unheard

Boston Globe - Asian-Americans don’t expect much coverage in the mainstream media, but recent Globe stories from its poll on politics and race relations left me scratching my head. In reporting…

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