Month: September 2013

Movement Music

John was known for his legendary work ethic. He could be found crafting manifestos to instrumentals or pounding his soul’s meter on a MPC until the breakadawn, when immigrant dreams decompose into the aroma of buns and the rumbling of the Red line. John was/is Argyle’s son, a fierce young man spitting acetone laced truths… Read more »

How we spent our summer

What can you do to make an impact in the lives of others? This summer, Bryan and I spent six weeks with eleven people who are going to change the world—our Impact Fellows.  They were artists and activists, youth educators and campus organizers, friends and community members, but more than anything else they were Asian… Read more »

Sign-On Request: Oppose Ray Kelly’s Nomination as DHS Secretary

Dear friends and colleagues, I’m reaching out to you and your organization to urge you to sign onto a letter opposing New York Police Department (NYPD) Commissioner Ray Kelly’s potential nomination as Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).   As Police Commissioner of a city with one of the largest immigrant and people-of-color… Read more »