A group of demonstrators hold signs that say ‘Stop Asian Hate’ during a vigil and rally in San Francisco’s Chinatown on March 20, 2021. (Beth LaBerge/KQED).
Dressed in a traditional Korean hanbok, Stella Kim stood among hundreds in San Francisco’s
The shooting spree Tuesday that left eight people dead including six Asian women in the Atlanta area punctuates a year of crimes against Asian Americans in the U.S. It follows a recent string of attacks on older Asian Americans, including
The videos are graphic and shocking.
In January, a local television station showed footage of a young man sprinting toward, then violently shoving to the ground, a man identified as Vicha Ratanapakdee, 84, who had been out for a morning walk in
Community groups organized a gathering at San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza to call for increased investment in social services in response to recent violent attacks on Asian Americans.
The United States has seen a spate of violent attacks and hateful
Roughly 200 people gathered at San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza outside City Hall on Valentine’s Day to offer a space for community healing and to call for more investment in community-based public-safety solutions for Asian-American neighborhoods.
Recent attacks against elderly
近期在灣區發生的多起針對亞裔長者的暴力事件，新成立的「社區安全和正義聯盟」(CCSJ)在周末分別於屋崙和三藩市組織主題為「愛護鄰里，治愈社區」（Love Our People, Heal Our Communities）集會，呼籲各族裔團結一致，向政府尋求資源，為社區帶去關愛，情人節當天的活動在三藩市市府廣場舉行，約兩百人出席。