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Voters of Color and Women Saved the Democrats from Disaster

Ethnic Media Services debriefed six experts on their reactions to the election results and what should be done to prepare for the 2024 election.

Five Texas Candidates Who Are Taking Democracy By the Reins

With democracy on the ballot this November, these five candidates say the solution is to lean in and "be part of the solution."

Study Shows Negative Impact of Texas’ New Voting Laws on Voters of Color

The just-released study from the Brennan Center for Justice finds SB 1 has already led to diminished voting for Asian-American, Black and Latino voters.

Supreme Court Could Strike Down Affirmative Action

Despite its conservative majority proponents of affirmative action say history, precedent and the Constitution are on their side.

Fake News Kicks Into High Gear

As the midterms approach, voters are being bombarded with disinformation in multiple languages.

Cutting Through the Confusion of Voter Registration

The requirements for registering to vote varies widely by state. This guide offers relevant information hat communities need ahead of the upcoming election.

‘Everyone is Angry’ – Ohio Attack Shatters Vietnamese Family, Community

The attack outside a Toledo bar left Phong Tran fighting for his life and the family and community around him deeply angered, says Tran's sister.

San Francisco Names Street to Honor ‘Grandpa Vicha’

The killing of Vicha Ratanapakdee in 2021 became a rallying cry for advocates denouncing the rising tide of anti-Asian hate.

Vietnamese American Has 5% Chance of Survival After Allegedly Racist Attack, Family Says

Phong Tran, 43, was attacked outside of a bar in Toledo, Ohio in what his family says was a racially motivated incident.

New Tool Tracks Misinformation Targeting Chinese Americans

The website has already identified hundreds of misleading articles, a majority promoting extreme right-wing messages targeting Chinese speakers.

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