The beginning of 2023 was marked by deep tragedy in both the Asian and Black communities.
Leading independent agency Venables Bell + Partners announced the release of 'Invisible No More,' a thought-provoking film that sheds light on the continual rise of hate incidents against Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities.
“We cannot address racism and hate in a silo. We know that our communities are interconnected.”
Recent surveys found that about half of Asian Americans feel unsafe and nearly 80 percent of Asian Americans, particularly young women, do not feel like they belong.
On April 29, hundreds gathered at the Ireito monument at Manzanar to celebrate the first in-person Manzanar pilgrimage since 2019.
The Walter H. Capps Center held a series of events in honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month on April 26 at the MultiCultural Center.
While attention often focuses on high-profile violent attacks, we must not forget that racial injustice and mistreatment come in many forms. Racism is a major public health issue.
At the root of things is that the battle over TikTok's future has become a proxy for America's tensions with China.
Activists Gather at UC Santa Barbara to Discuss Asian-American Activism