By Peter Schurmann
New America Media
When Mohammad S. put in for a delivery with Instacart, the San Francisco company that allows users to order groceries online, the last thing he expected was that he’d become a target of hate. This explains his surprise when, after appearing at his door, the delivery woman immediately … Read more
A British journalist stabbed in the neck during Saturday’s London terrorist spree is describing in detail what happened, reports
Geoff Ho is a business editor for the Sunday Express.
He had just posted on his Facebook page Saturday that he fended off two people from attacking an unarmed bouncer at … Read more
A multilingual survey of 2,000 Asian American and Pacific Islander voters found that the economy and jobs, terrorism and racial discrimination are their three most important issues entering the election.
Both terrorism and the economy ranked high in a recent poll of the general electorate as well by the … Read more
More than 100 students, faculty and staff attended an outdoor memorial service to remember Tarishi Jain, a 19-year old UC Berkeley student killed in the terrorist attack in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
KQED reports everyone from Chancellor Nicholas Dirks, Jain’s dorm roommate and friends and representatives from several campus organizations spoke.
Many in attendance held … Read more
The three students were from India and Bangladesh studying at two prestigious American universities, so it was not surprising that during … Read more
Students at UC Berkeley are mourning the death of one of their own in the terrorist attack in a restaurant in Dhaka, Bangladesh that left at least 22 people dead.
19-year-old student Tararishi Jain was spending the summer there for an internship on e-commerce and to visit her father who runs a business … Read more
By Ed Diokno
A Filipina American was the third American to die in last week’s Brussels attacks. Gail Minglana Martinez was traveling with her husband and four children when the blast claimed her life. It’s… Read more
A rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans in New York may be far worse than the numbers indicate, fear community leaders, elected officials and members of law enforcement who turned out for a recent community forum.
I never expected the election of Barack Obama as President to bring racial harmony to our country, but I also didn’t expect the vitriol of hatred that has arisen by putting an African American in the White House.
Seven years after Obama’s election, hate appears to be more intense than ever.… Read more