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FEBRUARY: DID YOU EAT YET?
Zen Sekizawa from J-Town Action とSolidarity, and Theo Henderson from We The Unhoused, join 18MR this month as guest editors to talk about cross community collaboration, Black History Month, Year of the Rabbit, and much more.
By Zen Sekizawa & Theo Henderson
We're Hiring a Development Associate!
We're growing our team: now hiring a development associate (based in Detroit)to support Asian American organizing, as well as awesome art, media, and tech projects! Read More
Love Letters to Movement Leaders: Mark Aguhar
We're remembering Filipinx American, Mark Aguhar, who celebrated femme of color resilience and beauty through her artwork. Read More
Immigrant families will be punished for being poor
Trump’s DHS wants to deny immigrants from entering the U.S. or obtaining their green card. 18 Million Rising teamed up with comic artists Glenn Urieta and Keith Chow to fight Public Charge -- an attempt by the Trump administration to punish immigrant families who use programs like Medicaid and SNAP to survive. Speak out here! Read More
THE DAY AFTER
Beau Sia writes a poem showing how our communities are moving forward after Election Day Read More
Love Letters to Movement Leaders: Mabel Ping-Hua Lee
As we vote on Election Day we remember Mabel Ping-Hua Lee who fought for women's suffrage despite racism and patriarchy preventing her and other women of color from becoming full citizens and voting for decades. Read More
Our AAPI Vote is Critical
Asian Americans won the right to vote as American citizens in 1952 -- only 66 years ago. And it’s time to put that right into action. In this moment in history, our democracy is under attack, and our votes are critical. Read More
Stepping into Echoes of the Past
After the Muslim Ban was released, people kept talking about how we won’t let history repeat itself. It’s hard to believe it when this part of American history has been easily buried. Read More
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