In Florida Schools, a ‘Blatant Attempt to Divide Communities of Color’

Florida is considering an AAPI curriculum after it rejected an AP African American course. Advocates see an effort to divide communities of color.

After the Storms — California Officials Share Resources for Recovery

FEMA, the SBA, Cal OES and community organizations are pulling out all the stops to speed aid to victims of California's recent torrential rains.

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Are We Taking Care of Immigrant Elders?

What lessons can we learn about the lives of immigrant elders from the recent tragic mass-shootings? Community service providers, health experts, elders will share insights.

A Pathway To Recovery – Building Toward a Safer and More Resilient Future

Information for Californians impacted by the recent flood disaster to better understand the range of recovery resources available and how to access them online.

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Back to the Future with Covid-19

New research shows people who became infected and also got vaccinated have a 40% reduction in their infectiousness.

Could Mental Health Interventions Have Averted Two Mass Shootings?

Mental health professionals who work in the AAPI community say cultural taboos prevent many from seeking treatment, allowing illnesses to deepen over time.

As Louisville Becomes More Diverse, So Do the Scams

At a recent forum, community leaders in Louisville shared their experience with the growing number and variety of scams impacting residents.

‘Horrific Does Not Even Begin to Explain the Video’

By Karanja A. Ajanaku/Tri-State Defender Memphis Sandwiched between a morning call to disband the police SCORPION unit and protesters who shut down the “old...

7 Farmworkers Killed in Half Moon Bay Mass Shooting

BY AKEMI TAMANAHA/AsAmNews Police arrested Chunli Zhao, 66, in connection with two separate shootings Jan. 23 at farms in Half Moon Bay that killed...