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Josie Huang reports on religion, international affairs and diaspora for KPCC. She previously covered housing issues and immigration for the station. She grew up in Taiwan and Maryland, and worked in public radio and newspapers in New England before joining KPCC in 2012.
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"Royals" singer Lorde caught a lot of online hate for her rumored boyfriend, James Lowe, but others saw an opportunity to attack racial biases.
More than 2,000 people are following the Alhambra P.D.'s site since it officially launched this week
USC's Network of Korean-American Leaders has turned out more than 150 fellows since its inception in 2006.
For something that doesn’t even exist, the National Museum of the American Latino sure is popular.
In the heart of Little Tokyo, at the corner of First and Alameda, is a plain-faced brick building with the wildest of backstories. Before long, it'll be history.
Huy Fong Foods founder David Tran hangs a banner at his Irwindale facility that reads “No tear gas made here."
The order requires sauce maker Huy Fong Foods to stop any operations that could be causing the odors and make changes to mitigate them. Read the full judge's order here.
Dozens of fast participants squeezed into a chapel within the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, invited by Archbishop Jose Gomez, himself a Mexican immigrant.
Vietnamese-American Federation attorneys successfully fought a bid to force the parade organizers to include a gay rights contingent in the 2013 event.
In Immigration News: Obama rallies for reform in SF, public stands behind 'path to citizenship,' Katy Perry's geisha act and more
President Obama gives speech on immigration reform on Monday in San Francisco, he'll have to make up for lost credibility among advocates. This and more.
In immigration news: Lower tuition denied in AZ, Hulu targets Latinos, awards for 'hackathon' coders, more
College students in Arizona without legal status will have to keep paying for tuition with out-of-state rates, now that the Board of Regents has rejected a cost rejection. This and more.
The 25-hour competition challenged young programmers, brought illegally to the US as children, to come up with ways to help the immigration reform movement.
The museum is housed in a 1924 Chinese Qing Dynasty-inspired mansion. USC plans to conduct extensive maintenance and upgrades at the site.
The fasting activists are also trying to pressure Orange County Republican Congress members into taking stronger stands for immigration reform.
Coachella Valley Unifed School District Superintendent Darryl Adams says a complaint from the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee has the community rethinking their mascot's look.