• 18MillionRising.org and JACL tell Amazon that our history is not for sale

    18MillionRising.org and JACL ask Amazon to remove photos and items of Japanese American incarceration marketed as timeless images for home decor Read More

  • Love Letters to Movement Leaders: Larry Itliong, Philip Vera Cruz, Pete Velasco & manongs

    As we celebrate Cesar Chávez's birthday we celebrate all of you because we recognize that his legacy was made possible largely in part by the Filipino manongs of the Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee. Read More

  • A flier reading ICE's Virtual Dragnet and a picture of a passport

    Perpetual Foreigners in ICE's Virtual Dragnet

    As Asian Americans we know that our communities and other communities of color are going to be specifically targeted because citizenship status has never protected us from being treated like we’re enemies or foreigners. Read More

  • Love Letters to Movement Leaders: Grace Lee Boggs

    Dear Grace Lee Boggs, Now more than ever, we need your vision of radical love, one that pushes us to support and affirm ourselves by breaking free of the old categories that have always defined us by what oppresses us. Read More

  • A square image with a beige background and Rajiv Mohabir's poem 'Muslim Ban' on it. The poem reads: '/moos·lIm ban/ (noun) when descendants/of genocidal settler terrorists/make brown and black bodies/illegal and participate/in traditional racism and profiling/in the name of anti-terror.' It also includes Rajiv's Twitter handle @rajivmohabir, #NoMuslmBanEver, and the logos for Kaya Press and 18MR

    #NoMuslimBanEver Micropoem Roundup

    Here are all 26 poems from Micropoems for #NoMuslimBanEver created by in partnership with Kaya Press. Read More

  • A side-by-side of Tule Lake today, and during the war, showing buildings, a mountain, and flat empty land.

    How We Remember Makes a Difference

    The images you choose to represent a historical moment matter - and putting up a statue to a supposed great man who committed atrocities is worlds away from preserving a place where the innocent struggled and in some cases died. Read More

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    What Happens Next?

    Today, Donald Trump is taking oath of office to become the 45th U.S. President. We are filled with worry about what the future might hold and we remain steadfast in our commitment to you. Read More

  • Picture of Grace Lee Boggs sitting on a sofa chair with her quote: A revolution that is based on the people exercising their creativity in the midst of devastation is one of the great historical contributions of humankind.

    The Next Four Years

    Today, Donald Trump is taking oath of office to become the 45th U.S. President. We are filled with worry about what the future might hold and we remain steadfast in our commitment to you. Read More