Tag: 2016 election

  • Post election: API millennials find silver lining in a Trump presidency

    By Kelsey Hamlin It’s been two months since the polls flew in for our president-elect. Monday, the electoral college gathered to cast votes for their state, which finalizes the presidency. For many Asian Pacific Islander millennials who, like most of the world, did not foresee a Trump victory, the weeks following the election have been […]

  • One Muslim American Veteran Voices Her Strength, Fearlessness Despite Uncertain Future

    One Muslim American Veteran Voices Her Strength, Fearlessness Despite Uncertain Future

    Mujaahidah Sayfullah is an American Muslim and a U.S. Army combat veteran from Tacoma, Wash. She served for six years, including in Operation Desert Storm. While many people find themselves shaken by despair and fear as a result of an impending  Donald Trump presidency, Sayfullah remains optimistic. “I’m just a strong, individual woman, and it’s hard […]

  • From Florida to Washington: America’s Future

    By Kelsey Hamlin When the election night unfolded, an entirely full Seattle link was, for perhaps the first time ever, dead silent. And as Americans experience raw, intense emotional reactions to the next president, this nation has been and will fundamentally always be its people. One of those people is Rashad Barber, Block The Bunker […] […]