Being autistic, black and femme highlights the experience of living intersectionally
by ChrisTiana ObeySumner
Autism doesn’t occur in a vacuum, and neither do any aspects of our intersectionality.
Dec 7, 2018
Boxing champion gives back by training village youth for free in northern Sri Lanka
by Global Press News Service
For the past five years, Ramesh has been offering his boxing training free of charge four days per week. He said it's a way of giving back. As some of his students are now decorated boxing champions themselves.
Dec 5, 2018
News & Politics
Seeking change without the commodification of pain and sufferingby Frances LeeDec 10, 2018
Empathy is an incomplete theory of change that we must be willing to set aside. It is dangerous to try to strong arm it into every outreach strategy without examining its limits.
Arts & Culture
Artist fills 10,000 bottles with polluted water for exhibitionby Xiang ShenDec 4, 2018
Brother Nut filled 10,000 emptied bottles of Nongfu Spring water, a well-known brand of bottled water in China, with the polluted water that villagers have been drinking.
Pregnantish debuts in Seattle to support 1 in 6 who struggle with infertilityby Annie KuoNov 28, 2018
Race & Ethnicity
Decolonizing Thanksgiving: Practicing gratitude while acknowledging Native historyby Sandra MaszakNov 21, 2018
Thanksgiving, often considered the quintessential all-American holiday, is a favorite for many families across the United States. However, practicing gratitude doesn’t have to erase Native history or the current presence and survival of Indigenous peoples.
“Worlds Beyond Here” explores Asian American impact on science fictionby Mayumi TsutakawaOct 17, 2018
An exhibition focuses on Asian American science fiction creators, who often address identity, immigration and race, technology and more through a genre that's more than just outer space and time travel.
Misconceptions about what it means for immigrants who get public servicesby International Community Health ServicesNov 28, 2018
“There is a lot of misconception about what it means to get public services.” ICHS Foundation board member Lu Jiang talks about her experiences as a newly-arrived immigrant and how ICHS saved her life.