Archive for July, 2008

Jul 22, 2008

Looking at the World Through the Eyes of a Robot

By Dinah Chung, NAPAWF Law Intern Pixar has done it again and captivated the hearts of a mass audience. Wall-E is a strikingly poignant movie that not only entertains but educates, as well. With an environmental consciousness as the movie’s backdrop, this little hero embodies a loud and simple message: one person can make a […]

Jul 21, 2008

Vegetarians of Color!

By Grace Lee, NAPAWF law intern Deciding to become a vegetarian was not a difficult choice for me, after learning about the cruelty of slaughterhouses, farms, and animal testing. I found it fairly easy to alter my favorite recipes to be vegetarian. I receive negative reactions sometimes, but most people respect my decision. Something that […]

Jul 16, 2008

Immigrant’s Rights are Human Rights

By Dinah Chung, NAPAWF law intern The National Coalition for Immigrant Women’s Rights (NCIWR) kicked off its first in-person convening on June 12, 2008. As part of the steering committee, NAPAWF, along with the National Organization for Women (NOW) and the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health (NLIRH) organized this historic convening for people to […]