Antioch Issues Official Apology for Racist Treatment of Early Chinese ImmigrantsThe city of Antioch on Tuesday issued an official apology to early Chinese immigrants for treating them unjustly, calling it a "first step" toward racial reconciliation.
AAPI State Lawmakers Seek $200 Million For Fighting Hate CrimesA caucus of Asian and Pacific Islander state lawmakers announced Wednesday that they were pushing for $200 million over the next three years to fight hate crimes against Asian Americans.
New Poll Shows Nearly Three-Quarters of California Asians Fear Being Victims of ViolenceAsian Americans, more than any other ethnic group in California, are fearful about being victims of violence, according to a new poll released Friday.
U.S. Senate Passes Hate Crimes Bill Addressing Rise In Attacks Against AsiansThe Senate voted 94-1 Thursday to approve anti-Asian hate crimes legislation aimed at expanding the federal government's efforts to address the recent rise in these crimes.
East Bay Businesses Donate Proceeds to Support Asian Community OrganizationsSaturday was a day of action in the East Bay, with a call for businesses to stand against hate directed at Asians and Pacific Islanders.
Unique Bilingual Newspaper Focuses on Bay Area Chinese AmericansA longtime journalist who got laid off from a newspaper during the early weeks of the pandemic has started the only bilingual paper of its kind in California.
Antioch Establishing Chinatown District; Officials Apologize For City’s Racist HistoryAntioch city officials gathered Wednesday to announce a series of efforts the city is taking on to honor the Asian American community and distance the city from its racist past.
Hundreds Rally in Oakland Against Hate Directed at Asian American, Pacific Islander CommunityOn another weekend of rallies against racism and attacks targeting the Asian community, the largest among them was in Oakland Saturday.
Multi-Generation Demonstrators Rally in San Francisco to 'Stop Asian Hate'Thousands marched through San Francisco to Union Square on Saturday demanding an end to Asian American attacks across the country.
'The Hell Is Wrong With Us?' Newsom Condemns Anti-Asian Hate Incidents In Meeting With AAPI LeadersAmid a wave of attacks on Asians in the Bay Area and across the U.S., California Gov. Gavin Newsom met with Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community leaders in San Francisco Friday to condemn the acts and commit to working with them to combat racism.
Trump Tweet On 'Chinese Virus' Sparked Rising Use Of Anti-Asian Hashtags, UCSF Study FindsA tweet by former President Donald Trump in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic has been attributed to a precipitous rise in anti-Asian hashtags on the social media platform, according to a new UCSF study.
Hundreds Rally in San Jose to Support Asians and Pacific Islanders Facing AttacksA rally in San Jose Saturday morning drew hundreds from all around the South Bay to denounce the attacks on Asian American residents.
Lawmakers, Community Leaders to Rally in San Jose Saturday Against Anti-Asian ViolenceCalifornia lawmakers are taking action in the wake of the recent rise in anti-Asian hate and violence.
Bay Area Community Leaders Say Many Attacks on Asian Americans Go UnreportedBay Area Asian community leaders said a string of recent attacks against seniors is just the tip of the iceberg.
Bay Area DJs Spin for Asian American SupportA new campaign called "Spread Love, Stop The Hate" to fight xenophobia and racism kicked off this weekend online. 40 DJs from around the globe including Golden State Warriors' DJ D Sharp are performing on the Twitch platform over 3 days.