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The controversial Atlantic article “My Family’s Slave” by the late journalist Alex Tizon sparked a range of emotion and discussion. Tizon writes about Eudocia Tomas Pulido, a Filipina domestic worker his family enslaved for 56 years and how he felt ...

“American justice has become American injustice. Superimposed on you.” Showcased at this year’s San Diego Asian Film Festival, “Abacus: Small Enough to Jail” is a documentary directed by Steve James that encapsulates a five-year-long legal battle between the state of ...

On Tuesday, April 6, Lee Ann S. Wang presented a talk at UCLA entitled Asian American Feminisms and the Re-Writing of Legal Voice: Immigration Law, Criminal Enforcement, and “Cooperation.” Wang, a UC President’s Postdoctoral Fellow at UC Berkeley, addressed the ...

The subject of undocumented immigration was pushed off as a “Latina/o” problem. My local community never discussed it. God forbid that the media would ever put an Asian face to the deportation issue.

While it’s unfortunate that there are still so many forms of oppression that UCLA students face, it’s important for students to have an outlet of expression when facing the diverse difficulties of being a college student.

Kim, the main character, is a first year pre-med college student who unknowingly struggles with depression. Her own realization does not occur until she meets Will, a character who exudes a cheerful personality yet also faces his own internal struggles.

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