NEWS: Voters, Migration, Fear

NBC News: Hispanics, Asian Americans Among Most Purged Voters in New York City: Analysis // Fortune: These Are the Fastest-Growing Racial Groups in America //  New York Times: Aziz Ansari: Why Trump Makes Me Scared for My Family

WEDNESDAY WISDOM: History and the challenge of remembering

Rabbi and cantor Angela Buchdahl commemorated Yom HaShoah with a song for her congregation in 2014 (Holocaust Remembrance Day is May 4th this year). She sang about a “history that has no words” and the challenge of remembering “too many names to name, numbers too hard to handle.” Commemorating those who perished in the Holocaust…

NEWS ROUNDUP: Brussels bombing, campaign outreach, military and faith

This week’s news includes a report on a victim of the Brussels airport attacks, a Texan who had just celebrated her wedding anniversary. For the race to the White House, the Clinton campaign hired the deputy director of the White House’s AAPI Initiative to become its outreach director to Asian Pacific American voters. After months…

IN THE NEWS: An Army Captain and His Articles of Faith

Capt. Simratpal Singh won a temporary legal judgment in his quest to practice his Sikh religion by wearing a beard and a turban while serving in the U.S. Army. Capt. Singh is a West Point graduate and a veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom who earned a Bronze Star for leading more than 150 patrols that…