Anti-Racism Daily

Amplifying the Need for Mental Healthcare for Immigrants
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Amplifying the Need for Mental Healthcare for Immigrants

As they grapple with common economic and personal hardships, structural and cultural hurdles place an additional burden on immigrants’ mental health.

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1920 1280 Kayla Hui, MPH
The Threat to Holocaust Remembrance
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The Threat to Holocaust Remembrance

Growing attacks on anti-racist education threaten Holocaust education and feed into antisemitism.

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1920 1277 Andrew Lee
Why Reform Falls Short in Stopping Police Violence
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Why Reform Falls Short in Stopping Police Violence

Last year became the deadliest year for fatal police encounters, despite calls for reform and racial justice after the 2020 protests.

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1920 1280 Dominique Stewart
Closing the Black-White Life Expectancy Gap
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Closing the Black-White Life Expectancy Gap

Black and Brown populations have continued to fall behind the average life expectancy of white populations—a chasm that has widened considerably in the wake of COVID-19.

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3945 2958 Hannah Edmondson
The Young Women Fighting to Save Chinatowns
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The Young Women Fighting to Save Chinatowns

As Chinatowns around the world reel from racial and economic injustice, young women are organizing to save these iconic neighborhoods.

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2400 1600 Eileen Huang
The Value of Building Community Power Through Research
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The Value of Building Community Power Through Research

Participatory Action Research can help build the collective power needed to create more liberatory futures of social justice and equity.

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2400 1600 Beloved Community
How Anti-Filipino Hate Led to the Watsonville Riots
Two sepia-tone photographs of Filipino farm workers tending a field. On the left, workers put crop inside crates. One the right, a farm worker stands in a field of cauliflower.

How Anti-Filipino Hate Led to the Watsonville Riots

The Watsonville Riots was a violent attack on Filipino farmworkers by a mob of white residents in the city of Watsonville, California, between January 19 and January 30, 1930.

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2244 1172 Nicole Cardoza
Protecting Disabled Students’ Legal Recourse Against Discrimination
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Protecting Disabled Students’ Legal Recourse Against Discrimination

The outcome of the Perez v. Sturgis Public Schools case will affect the redress disabled students have in resolving disability rights violations from schools.

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2400 1500 Dominique Stewart
Year in Review: Environmental Justice for All
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Year in Review: Environmental Justice for All

The need for environmental justice is ever present as global institutions and governments fuel a climate crisis on track to upend our survival.

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1920 1280 Dominique Stewart
No, Gwen Stefani, You Aren’t Japanese
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No, Gwen Stefani, You Aren’t Japanese

In a recent interview, singer Gwen Stefani responds to a question about her cultural appropriation past by claiming a fake ethnic identity.

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1640 1082 Andrew Lee
Reader Profile: Megan McClendon
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Reader Profile: Megan McClendon

The ARD is only possible because of the commitment of its subscribers and readers. Everyday people committed to transforming themselves and the society around them are our best hope for the future.

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1018 1028 Andrew Lee