April 20, 2021
"This work is long overdue," Harris says while urging passage of police reform bill
by Hannah Knowles, The Washington Post
March 11, 2021, Yahoo! News.com
Join NBCNews and @VickyNguyenTV for a look at how the AAPI community has been coping amid a rise in anti-Asian violence. She is joined by Jeremy Lin, Olivia Munn, Margaret Cho, Brian Tee, Amanda Nguyen, and Rep. Judy Chu. Via Twitter, NBC Asian America
March 4, 2021, kvoa.com, News 4 Tucson
March 2, 2021, Fox13now.com, Fox Now Utah
February 28, 2021, The San Diego Union-Tribune
February 16, 2021, via MSNBC
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January 26, 2021, via nbcnews.com
The U.S. Census Bureau proudly presents this powerful rendition of “This is Me” performed by Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander artists and dancers from across the country to invite and inspire their community to be seen, heard, and counted in the 2020 Census.
According the the Pew Research Center, Asian Americans are the fastest-growing racial or ethnic group in the U.S. electorate. They are poised to play a pivotal role in November's presidential election. Pew's Neil Ruiz joins CBSN's Reena Ninan for a closer look.
More Americans than ever consider themselves multiracial – including Kamala Harris, the Democratic vice presidential candidate for this November’s election. But the multiracial experience in America is still misunderstood. We spoke with 11 people who shared their experiences and perspectives on being multiracial in America today. From the Los Angeles Times.
Only 49% of eligible Asian Americans voted in the last election. Let's change that this November.
By Character Media. On June 5, 2020, the city of Los Angeles saw hundreds of peaceful protesters gather downtown to attend the Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) for Black Lives Matter rally. Demonstrators surrounded City Hall and marched around Pershing Square, calling for change and denouncing the police brutality that has led to the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and more in recent months. However, an overall message of healing and solidarity prevailed throughout the afternoon, with many participating in sing-alongs or simply showing support with a hug. As we celebrate the Juneteenth weekend, let us remember the movements and protests like this one, as well as the countless others throughout history, which continue to pave the way toward equality and true justice for all.
by Shree Baphna, AsAmNews Staff Writer
by Emil Guillermo @inquirerdotnet