Preserving our past while building for our future
Vol. XIV No. 6
JUNE 2018
ARCHIVES
2018 is ASIAN WISCONZINE's 14th YEAR!! THANK YOU, DEAR READERS & ADVERTISERS, FOR MAKING THIS POSSIBLE!!
Pat Tookata Wongkit
Homegrown Talent
Heidi M. Pascual*
Publisher & Editor
*2006 Journalist of the
Year for the State of
Wisconsin (US-SBA)
Editor's Corner
OVER A CUP OF TEA
Race & Ethnicity
The Environment That Racism Built
The Impact of Place on Maternal and
Infant Health
By Rejane Frederick

The 'state' of Asian Americans and
Pacific Islanders in 2018 in Wisconsin
A snapshot profile of Asian Americans and
Pacific Islanders and forecast their rising
electoral power in our State.
By Jonathan Gramling
Back in the mid 1980s, Pat Tookata Wongkit
was a single parent and alone. She wasn’t
receiving support from any family or friends
and was trying to make do for herself and her
child. And then somehow, Wongkit made her
way to the Madison Urban League on E.
Gorham Street.--
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From APIAVote

Students and community
members spent a whole day in
the library of Canton High
School, a sprawling campus in
Greater Detroit, to attend the
Norman Y. Mineta Leadership
Institute Training on Saturday,
May 19.
Siddarth Chhettri, 16 years old, is one of many Detroit students who recognize why they
must get out the vote in 2018 and beyond. “We just want a bigger voice in the community,
more representation from our side because voter turnout is low in our community. We need
to get more people involved in [civic] activities,” Siddarth, Novi High School student, said.--
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Photos courtesy of APIAVote - Michigan.
Sharyl Kato
CEO
Rainbow Project
Madison, WI
Renee Moe
CEO
United Way of Dane
County
*Culled from The Capital City Hues' special feature
about Women of Color leading nonprofits (March
2018)