Yu & Me Books was a fairly new business when a fire caused substantial damage to the shop. Now, owner Lucy Yu is working to repair not just the physical bookstore but the community around it as well.
The career-civil rights lawyer and former California labor head would be the first Asian American to serve as a secretary in Biden's cabinet.
In the Year of the Tiger: An Activist's Life, Alice Wong shares pieces of her story and experience as a disabled Asian American through a collection of essays, interviews, photos and illustrations.
The saxophonist and composer resisted his Japanese American heritage for decades. He now funnels that painful and triumphant personal history into a string of vital records.
Thursday on Political Rewind: The 2020 census revealed Georgia’s non-white population is growing rapidly. Now, three news organizations catering to the needs of Georgia’s minority audiences have formed the Ethnic Media Collaboration, designed to bring insightful news and information to communities of color.
In the year since a gunman killed eight people at three Georgia massage businesses, the family members and friends of the victims have been struggling with grief, trying to heal and making sure their loved ones aren't forgotten.
In a surveillance video released by police, the suspect is shown punching the victim in the face and head more than 125 times. He is being charged with attempted murder.
Sokhary Chau said his mother managed to keep her seven children alive for four years, surviving Cambodia's civil war to deliver them safely to the U.S.
Three big cities might have their first Asian American Pacific Islander mayor next year. These candidates aren't just breaking barriers, they're fighting stereotypes at the root of anti-Asian hate.
Paula Yoo discusses her new book From A Whisper to A Rallying Cry and how the 1982 death of Chin, a Chinese American man in Detroit, led a new generation of Asian Americans into political action.
After the massacre of several women at three Asian-owned massage businesses in and around Atlanta, Atlanta-based correspondent Natasha Chen says the Georgia shootings could mark the beginning of a new chapter for Asian-American social justice activism in the United States.
The rise in reports of anti-Asian hate incidents over the past year, including the shootings at Atlanta-area spas, has resurfaced the need for many to talk about racism with their loved ones.
The money will be donated to help defuse racism against the Asian American community. Xiao Zhen Xie's grandson wrote, "She insists on making this decision saying this issue is bigger than Her."
The Asian American community is still grieving a week after the spa killings in Atlanta. Lawmakers speaks to Georgia Rep. Marvin Lim.
We learned more about the suspect in the Georgia shootings than the victims, possibly because the women who died may have been too busy working to leave long histories on social media.