California Allocates $1.4 Million To Track And Stop Attacks Against Asian AmericansLawmakers in California this week allocated $1.4 million in state funds to help Asian Americans report hate incidents after a string of recent violent attacks in the Bay Area and across the state.
UPDATE: Suspect in Oakland Chinatown Assaults Arraigned During First Court AppearanceThe suspect arrested and charged with recently assaulting three victims in Oakland's Chinatown was arraigned during his first court appearance Tuesday.
Oakland Police Warn Of Increased Chinatown Crime; Incidents Against Asian Americans IncreasingWith Lunar New Year approaching this week, Oakland police said they have been warning residents that robberies and burglaries are on the rise in the city's Chinatown.
City Leaders Pledge Action in Wake of Violent Assaults on Asian Women on San Francisco StreetsSan Francisco city and community leaders spoke out about recent attacks targeting elderly Asian women on city streets.
'They Can't Burn Us All' Anti-Racism Movement Heads To San Francisco What started as an idea between rapper China Mac and actor Will Lex Ham has now become a national movement called 'They Can't Burn Us All.'
Santa Clara County DA Warns Hate Crimes Not Tolerated As Attacks Against Asians RiseThe Santa Clara County District Attorney's new PSA promises to prosecute those who commit coronavirus-related discrimination in a time when an alarming number of Asians and Asian Americans across the country are being yelled at, spit on and attacked.
Bay Area Website Launched to Document Anti-Asian Hate Crimes in Wake of COVID-19To combat hate crimes targeting Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders stemming from people's reaction to the coronavirus pandemic, a coalition of civil rights groups has set up a web page where victims can report such incidents
Asian Americans Sue City Of Santa Clara Over Voting RepresentationAsian American voters are taking the city of Santa Clara to court to make their political voices heard.
CA, NV Lawmakers Push To Make Ethnic Studies Course Mandatory For Public High School StudentsProposals that would make a class in ethnic studies mandatory for all high school students are being considered by legislators in California and Nevada. The bills would make the courses a graduation requirement.
Apple Reveals Most Workers Are White, Asian Males, CEO ‘Not Satisfied’ With DiversityApple primarily relies on white and Asian men for its top-paying technology jobs, feeding the perception that Silicon Valley's economic boom is largely excluding women, blacks and Hispanics.
Democrats Scrap Plan To Bring Back Affirmative Action To UC, CSU Admissions Bowing to pressure from within their party, Democrats in the Legislature on Monday abandoned an attempt to repeal California's voter-approved ban on affirmative action in the state's higher education system.