We’ve compiled a collection of acclaimed books written by Asian-American and Pacific Islander women, from Michelle Zauner to Chanel Miller.
New ‘Star Wars’ Director Will Bring Balance, Representation to The Force
Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy is set to become both the first woman and first person of color to helm a film in the internationally beloved franchise.
Naomi Osaka Wants Kids to Manage Mental Health, Too
The tennis star (and mother-to-be) just released a free meditation series for children.
Clean Queen Marie Kondo Has ‘Given Up’ on Perpetual Tidiness
The author and “Tidying Up” host says she simply doesn’t have the time to keep an impeccable home since having children. We can relate.
Preventing Good Food From Going to Waste
Watch our video featuring Leah Lizarondo of Food Rescue Hero, a platform that aims to prevent massive food waste in landfills.
How India is Paving the Way for the World’s Women Pilots
A new report examines how India became a global leader when it comes to representation in aviation.
Arming Pollution-Prone Communities With Low-Cost Air Censors
Whether it’s in West Africa or Ohio, Garima Raheja wants to empower residents to monitor air pollution — and take steps to protect themselves.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas Receives Equal Pay for the First Time
The actress revealed that she would get paid roughly 10% of the salary of male co-stars in Bollywood.
Anna May Wong, an Actress Who Dealt With Bias and Low Pay, Now on Quarters
The actress is remembered as a champion of Asian-American actors who criticized racial stereotyping and advocated for better representation in Hollywood.
Solar Lantern Designer on Clinton Series ‘Gutsy’ Lights Way for Other Entrepreneurs
Alice Chun had a fortuitous meeting with Hillary Clinton in 2017 — and soon she’ll star in a new Apple TV+ series.
On the Shores of a Hawaiian Fishpond, a Friendship That Helps Heals the Planet
Rebecca Most and Lehua Kamaka symbolize a new model for environmental management, blending contemporary science with ancient knowledge.
Meet Rachel Maddow’s Successor (Though You Likely Have Already)
Alex Wagner is a veteran political journalist. And she’s about to become a household name.
A Doctor and Her 12-Year-Old Daughter on a World Without Roe
With the landmark case expected to be overturned, we talk with Pandia Health’s Dr. Sophia Yen and daughter Stephanie about reproductive rights.
South Asian ‘Ms. Marvel’ Reframes the Classic Superhero Narrative
Vellani’s character is a revolutionary nod to the Brown teenage experience, with a supernatural twist.
‘It’s Important for Corporate America to Say They Care About Their Female Employees’
Kristy Kim of TomoCredit is making sure her 50-odd employees will have access to abortion care benefits.