Many Asian Americans live daily with the corrosive effects of racism and racialized violence, yet there's very little research funded on Asian American health.
Over the years, many Asian Americans have fought unjust laws in the courts and changed the course of human rights in the U.S. We look at key Supreme Court decisions.
For years, the myth about Asian Americans and their perceived collective success has been used as a racial wedge. Here's a look at some common misconceptions driven by the "model minority" myth.
After their performance of "Racist, Sexist Boy" at the Los Angeles Public Library went viral late last week, the band has been signed by the LA punk label Epitaph Records.
Data from the firm TargetSmart found that almost half of all Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders who cast a ballot in 2020 did not vote in 2016, and a quarter had never voted before.
The Linda Lindas, a punk group made up of Asian and Latinx teen and pre-teens, went viral this week after a performance of their song "Racist, Sexist Boy" was posted by the Los Angeles Public Library.
After a year in which they were galvanized by a surge of racially motivated attacks, Asian Americans are seeking — and wielding — more political power.
A recent survey has indicated most Asian Americans feel a sense of disrespect from other Americans. It also revealed a portion of people are unaware of increased violence against Asian Americans.