Community. Healing. Resources.
March 25, 2021 | Volume 53
Her absence is like the sky, spread over everything.
― C.S. Lewis
A Note From Executive Director Tim Thorpe:
Listening, Learning and Moving Forward
2020 was a challenging year. Many factors and events dramatically impacted the Pathways' community, and we had to adapt to continue to move forward as a growing, healing organization...
Click Here to Continue Reading
The Atlanta shootings, Vincent Chin and America's history of anti-Asian racism
Actress Margaret Cho on why racism is a 'deep well of shame' for some Asian Americans
For Asian American women, misogyny and racism are inseparable, sociologist says
Our Experience - Personal stories from the Asian American Pacific Islander community to offer perspective, solidarity, and healing.
Anti-Asian Violence Resources
The Week Our Reality Broke - A series reflecting on a year of living with the coronavirus pandemic and how it has affected American society.
Advocates urge COVID vaccine priority status for people with schizophrenia
4 questions to help sort through the ethics of getting a COVID vaccine before you’re eligible
A Food Critic Loses Her Sense of Smell - The Daily Podcast
Abbott Northwestern and the 16,000 Paper Cranes
99 Random Acts Of Kindness To Spread Some Joy
"Compassion Fatigue" Is a Real Thing—Here's How to Recognize the Symptoms
How the pandemic may be affecting your ability to make simple decisions
Do my friends hate me? The pandemic is making people doubt friendships.
Our Post-COVID Life Is Coming. So Why Am I Nervous?