With Barack Obama’s second term inauguration in January and the multiracial coalition assembled for his 2012 victory, observers […]

A visit to El Monte, California reveals many official signs and markers that harken back to the town’s […]

For many Americans, the phrase “California history” sounds like an oxymoron. Born out of a Gold Rush and […]

“That flag is the symbol of the spirit of the refu­gee,” Springfield resident and Vietnamese American talk show […]

Even with the clearest of minds, personal and historical memory ebb and flow. Recollections of our own past […]

In May 2000, the New York Times reported the upcoming demolition of the Crenshaw District’s Holiday Bowl. Built […]

“If California has made any contribution to sport on a national level, it is in the democratization of […]

[Editor’s Note: This piece closes out our  Asian Pacific American Heritage Month coverage.  Be sure to check out […]