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Pathway Foundation Chinese Exclusion Act Discussion 2018

Interns Present Their Thoughts on The Chinese Exclusion Act Oct. 6. 2018 Interns each gave a speech about their thoughts after watching the PBS Chinese Exclusion Act Documentary. Highlights from the intern speeches included acknowledgments of the important connections between the Chinese Exclusion Act and the history of American civil liberties, immigration, and culture. As […]

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Pathway Foundation American Creed Discussion 2018

On the 23rd of September, the new interns each gave a speech after watching the American Creed documentary by PBS. The video “American Creed” asked the key question: “What does it mean to be an American?”  (You can view the full documentary at Interns were asked to address how the video connected to their […]

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Pathway Foundation at the Chinese Institute of Engineers Annual Convention

Bellevue City Councilmember Conrad Lee opened the CIE meeting with a keynote speech on the program’s goals and structure. He stated: “Regardless of what background one has, this nation offers boundless opportunities and potentials to everyone. It’s us who limit our own dreams and aspirations. It is the goal of Pathway Foundation, which I represent, […]

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Annual Conference: Road to College and Beyond

The Pathway Foundation successfully held its first annual conference, “Road to College and Beyond,” at the Bellevue City Hall on August 17th, 2018. The conference’s main purpose was to discuss the path to success in college and careers as well as to promote civic engagement among Chinese-American youths. The interns had started planning the conference […]

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The LA Times: Elite university credentials does not safeguard Asian-Americans from discrimination

The LA Times: Elite university credentials does not safeguard Asian-Americans from discrimination Jennifer Lee and Karthick Ramakrishnan of the Los Angeles Times has written an excellent piece about how the faith Asian-Americans place in obtaining an elite university’s accreditation may be misplaced. Read the illuminating piece below. about how Asian-Americans are still facing discrimination in the […]

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