Asian American organizations are criticizing Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao after President Trump’s response to the White supremacist rally in Virginia that turned deadly, reported The Hill.
In a petition, the organizations said she “stood by President Trump as he blamed both sides for the racist acts that took place … Read more
The violent protests by Nazi sympathizers and White supremacists this weekend in Virginia ended in three dead and a number of people injured.
Waiting to treat the injured was a multicultural trauma team at the University of Virginia.… Read more
After his sold out concert in Michigan, Bruno Mars stunned his audience by proclaiming that he will be donating $1 million of his profits to the Flint water crisis victims, according to Bet.com.
CNN stated that with cost cutting measures resulting in water contamination in this low income … Read more
Millennials are known to be the most diverse generations in U.S. history.
A new survey from GenForward, however, has found a sharp divide between Blacks, Latinx, Asians and Whites on issues, reported the Washington Post
The survey found on these issues, Asian Americans … Read more
It’s still unusual to see Asian American men in lead roles. It’s even more unusual to see a show look at the discrimination Asians face not only in Hollywood, but also the LGBTQ communities.
The five member all-girl Asian American group “AzN Pop!” is making a splash with its music and satire-taking jabs at K-Pop (Korean Pop) and J-Pop (Japanese Pop) and delivering a message about the Asian American experience.
AzN Pop! is the first female Asian American group to perform at the Upright Citizens Brigade, which was … Read more
Authorities have linked two men in the murder of a Filipino American nurse in Houston, reports ABS CBN.
According to the Houston Chronicle, detectives believe the men may have used dating apps to attract their victims.
18-year old Brandon Lyons has been charged with capital murder in the death of Glenser Soliman, … Read more
A resolution supporting the economic development and cultural vitality of Seattle’s International District is causing concern in the Filipino American community.
The resolution unanimously passed the Seattle City Council on August 2. So did a resolution removing a reference to Manilatown, reported the International Examiner.
The amendment read “WHEREAS, the area … Read more
A new study from the University of Washington shows heavier Asian Americans are seen as “more American.”
They may also suffer less prejudice faced by foreigners than thin Asian Americans.
More than 1,000 college students were shown photos of men and women from different races and of various weight(Asian, black, Latinx, … Read more
By Randall Yip
(Note from the Editor: Randall Yip covered the International Hotel in the two years leading up to the eviction for both East West and the San Francisco Journal, two … Read more