(SAN FRANCISCO) -- Asian Americans throughout Silicon Valley are unifying in support of one man after a new lawsuit was filed last month against Lumentum Operations, LLC, alleging Asian discrimination throughout the company.The lawsuit, filed June 30 by Andre Wong, seeks $20,000,000 in damages,... Read More.
(SAN FRANCISCO) -- Russell Jeung's family was forcibly removed from their homes in Monterey, California, in the late 1800s."When the townspeople wanted the Chinese out, the landlord evicted them. When the Chinese wouldn't leave, a fire burned down the entire village," Jeung, co-founder of... Read More.
(SAN RAMON, Calif.) -- An arrest has been made following an incident of anti-Asian hate that occurred in California's East Bay over the Christmas holiday weekend.San Ramon Police Chief Denton Carlson announced the arrest of suspect Jordan Douglas Krah in a tweet Monday evening.... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Stop AAPI Hate has become a leading force in tracking and addressing the rise in anti-Asian attacks in communities across the country.The leaders behind this group are taking to the California legislature to turn this community-driven effort into legislation with its... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- As the U.S. recognizes Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month amid a staggering rise in violence against this community, activist groups who have been devoted to stopping hate are reflecting and looking towards the future."I have been doing... Read More.
(ATLANTA) -- In the year since a gunman killed eight people at three Atlanta-based Asian-owned or operated spas, family members who lost a loved one say the pain is still fresh.Robert Peterson, whose mother, Yong Ae Yue, 63, was the last person killed in... Read More.
By ARYANA AZARI, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Tennis star Naomi Osaka took to social media to condemn the recent anti-Asian violence in the United States."If people loved Asian people as much as they love bubble tea, anime, mochi,... Read More.
By ALLIE YANG, ABC News(LOS ANGELES) -- Last weekend an NBA G League official told ESPN they were investigating basketball player Jeremy Lin's claim he was called "coronavirus" on the court. But the next day, Lin posted on social media... Read More.