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Dealing with Micro-aggressions

Be a Humanitarian Column:
Dealing With Micro-Aggressions

Solving Four Centuries of Institutional Racism in Twenty-Eight Days

by Ariadne Schulz Each February, during Black History Month, my black friends report getting the same, cringeworthy question: “When’s White History Month?” The answer to that question is that every month is White History Month — because part of institutional racism is erasure.

ICYMI: The Transformation of the Asian-American Vote

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…

Time to surf the Blue Wave in London!

Did you know that overseas voters can – and often do – determine the margin of victory in close races? As we get closer to November, Democrats Abroad UK needs to reach fellow Americans to register, vote, and participate in the 2018 midterms one…