Tag: racism

Asians for Black Lives

by Mari Matsuo – Views and Analysis I am Japanese American. I have experienced anti-Asian racism since grade school, whether it was generalized calls of “chopsticks,” “ching-chong,” “chink,” “chi-fry-ryce”; or the more specific, “Jap,” “Hiroshima,” “sushi roll,” “geisha girl.” I have been hit with “too bad your egg-roll […]

The Problem with the Utica Phoenix

The Problem with The Utica Phoenix by Brendan Maslauskas Dunn/Love and Rage You may have seen the latest edition of the Utica Phoenix around town lately or perhaps you’ve read it online. I have been reading the Phoenix since shortly after it was launched. I even wrote for […]