The case of attack on model Bew Jirajariyawetch raises questions about why violent schizophrenics are not receiving supervised treatment and housing for the benefit of all Thai model in a NYC subway station survives a violent attack on January 20, but questions “why nothing has changed.” 61-year-old homeless attacker, Martial Simon is identified as a… Read more »
Posts about Asian American history, Los Angeles and Southern California history, and contemporary scholarship, including recent papers.
N.J. mandates teaching Asian and Pacific Islander American history in schools New Jersey becomes the second state to sign teaching AAPI history into law, after Illinois last year. Jan. 18, 2022, 1:42 PM PST / Updated Jan. 18, 2022, 6:58 PM PSTBy Tat Bellamy-Walker New Jersey now requires Asian American and Pacific Islander history as part of its… Read more »
History and meme about demonization of Asian economic powerhouses, Japan and China, as they grew to compete against the United States.
Posted By Barbara YauJanuary 17, 2022 By Barbara Yau, AsAmNews Staff Writer Asian Americans across this country are mourning Michelle Go who was senselessly killed after being shoved onto the New York City subway tracks this past weekend. It has spurred widespread discussion about rising subway crimes and anti-Asian hate on news outlets and social… Read more »
This page has the press conference video, report text, and powerpoint presentation about the Stop Hate Community Survey in the SGV.
Victims of Anti-Asian Violence should not have to rely upon GoFundMe to pay for healthcare!
NSC is a proud distributor of Esther’s booklets in multiple languages, which are handed out during our safety walks in Koreatown, Los Angeles. Version in Khmer and Arabic are on their way! Thanks to citizen.com for posting this interview. Hear Esther talk about the genesis of her informational booklets in multiple languages: https://citizen.com/-Ms2FGvYnG2GmF3eMhNx Visit the… Read more »
Victims of Anti-Asian violence should not have to rely upon GoFundMe to get the healthcare they need to survive an a racist attack If everyone had adequate health insurance coverage like in several Asian countries (Taiwan, South Korea), families of victims of Anti-Asian Violence wouldn’t have to rely upon GoFundMe pages to pay for the… Read more »
From Huffington Post A story from a Korean adoptee, about how the rise in Anti-Asian violence has forced the writer to change how she views herself in the world… “For Most Of My Life, I Didn’t Feel Like A ‘Real Asian.’ Everything Changed This Year.” Stacey Fargnoli – Sat, November 27, 2021, 6:00 AM Read… Read more »
One of the bloodiest nights in Los Angeles history took place 150 years ago, on October 24, 1871, when at least 18 Chinese (about 10 percent of L.A.’s Chinese population at the time) were slaughtered by an angry mob of Angelenos. Why does almost no one know about it today?