by Wen-Wen Lindroth Last month, WC member Wen-Wen Lindroth and the DAUK Policy Network & Resolutions Committee organized a fascinating event on shifts in Asian-American identity and voting patterns with Prof. Catherine Liu. On Monday, March 25th, Dr. Catherine Liu, Professor of Film and… Continue Reading “ICYMI: The Transformation of the Asian-American Vote”
Feminism — it’s a word that both unites and divides; inspires and instigates. It’s an ideology that some embrace, some reject and others are still trying on for size. It’s something that’s meant different things to different people at different times, so we wanted… Continue Reading “Fifty Shades of Feminism”
bJoining the Women’s March, held in London on January 19, was more than an exciting experience. It signified the coming together of diverse voices seeking the same progress and I count myself fortunate to be a part of this movement.
by Meghan Feeks ‘When we have unity of purpose, that’s how we win’ In an upbeat address in London last week, Democratic National Committee(DNC) Chairman Tom Perez saluted Democrats Abroad for mobilizing record numbers of overseas votersin the midterms, which saw a blue wave sweep the nation… Continue Reading “DNC Chair Tom Perez Praises D.A. for Record Overseas Turnout in Midterms”