A Potent Political Force

By Sarah, Capradio |

Can Asian-American political identity be defined? Asian Americans have long been held back by stereotypes of being quiet or meek, but that’s definitely not the case with issues we care about. In this episode of “Mid Pacific,” Sarah takes a look at some examples of powerful Asian American political organizing, from a school board recall in San Francisco to the Oakland Mayor’s office and the State Capitol. 

Karthick Ramakrishnan, Professor, UC Riverside and the founder of AAPI Data (Guest)