Time Magazine has honored Ian Grillot as one of its ‘5 Heroes Who Gave Us Hope in 2017’. Grillot came to the aid of Indian American Alok Mudasani when he and his friend were attacked at a bar in Kansas City earlier this year.… Read more
Friends and family of a Hmong couple and their Latino neighbor plan to make their presence known in a Milwaukee courtroom today in the insanity trial of Dan Popp.
Popp plead no contest in September to three counts of intentional homicide and one count of attempted first degree intentional homicide in … Read more
Prosecutors will pursue hate crime charges against three men accused of vandalizing a Chinese cemetery in Queens, reports the New York Daily News.
The men are being held on $70,000 bail after being accused of rampaging through the Cypress Hills Cemetery August 15, knocking down and spray painting … Read more
Vandalism discovered at Little Manila center, a historical site in Stockton, California dedicated to the appreciation of Filipino culture, is being investigated as a hate crime.
Karna Ray videotaped the man walking away from the scene and posted the video on Facebook.
In the video, the man is seen casually strolling down the street with … Read more
A 19-year-old Washington man has been charged for first degree murder in a murder the victim’s parents say was motivated by racial hatred.
22-year-old engineering student Gagandeep Singh was stabbed to death Monday in Kootenai, Idaho. Singh, who was a part time taxi driver, picked up Jacob Corban Coleman up from Spokane International … Read more
By Louis Chan
AsAmNews National Correspondent
Pardeep Kaleka is looking towards tomorrow’s commemoration of the 5th anniversary of the Oak Creek Massacre at the Sikh Temple in Wisconsin with both “relentless optimism” and understandably, a “bit of somberness.”
The youth who will receive scholarships give him hope for the future, but memories of his father … Read more
Back in March Faisal Gill made news, becoming the first Muslim to lead a state political party.
In May the chair of the Vermont Democratic Party received three threatening emails within a one week period.
This month marks the 35th anniversary of the brutal murder of Detroit resident, and Chinese American, Vincent Chin.
There are many similarities in the ways communities rally together around social injustices today, as the Asian American community rallied around the death of Chin over thirty years ago.
On … Read more