CA Senators Ask for $5 Million to Increase Pipeline of Asian Language Teachers

Asian Americans are the fastest growing population in CA, yet the state credentialed only 89 teachers who speak one of several Asian languages in the 2019-2020.

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Vincent Chin’s Murder Sparked Pan-Asian Civil Rights Movement That Continues Today

API leaders from across the US held a four-day commemoration in Detroit, Michigan, to honor the legacy of Vincent Chin, who was murdered in 1982.

Funding for Domestic Violence Prevention Programs at Risk in New California Budget

Domestic violence organizations in California are advocating to continue $15 million for domestic violence prevention left out of the proposed budget.

Struggling to Survive: Covid-19’s Impact on Youth Mental Health

Teen suicide and depression rates are as alarming as deaths from the virus, but few resources are available to address this shadow of the pandemic.