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Hundreds of people in San Francisco marched Sunday demanding justice for 84-year-old Vicha Ratanapakdee, who died a year ago. People in five other U.S. cities joined to honor the grandfather from Thailand who was assaulted while on a morning walk…
By Associated Press
The San Jose City Council has approved a resolution apologizing to Chinese immigrants and their descendants for the city's role in "systemic and institutional racism, xenophobia, and discrimination." The apology comes amid a wave of attacks against the Asian community…
By Olga R. Rodriguez, Associated Press
A man already sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty to fatally shooting four people at a massage business outside Atlanta pleaded not guilty to shooting four others on the same day at two spas inside the city.
By Kate Brumback, Associated Press
A new report has found the frequency of anti-Asian incidents — from taunts to assaults — reported in the U.S. so far this year seems poised to surpass last year, despite months of political and social activism.
By Terry Tang, Associated Press
President Joe Biden pledged to continue working Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander civil rights leaders as he opened a White House meeting with them on Thursday.
By Vignesh Ramachandran
Newly passed federal legislation advocates for better hate crime reporting and collection, but the government’s track record with data is spotty.
By Stephanie Sy, Murrey Jacobson
The recent show of solidarity among Black and Asian American activists belies a fraught history. Can the communities now work side by side? Stephanie Sy explores the question with Tamara Nopper, a sociologist at New York University’s Center for Critical…
By Brian Slodysko, Associated Press
The Democratic-led House on Wednesday approved a resolution condemning attacks in March that killed six women of Asian descent at Atlanta-area massage businesses.
To many Asian Americans, the pandemic has invigorated deep-seated biases that in some cases date back to the Chinese Exclusion Act of more than a century ago.
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