The recent tragic shooting incident at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has once again brought the issue of racial profiling to the forefront—particularly for Asian students on campus.
The Asia Pacific Cultural Center (APCC) is poised to usher in a new era with the groundbreaking of its state-of-the-art building on Sept. 8.
Mayor Bruce Harrell announced on Aug. 30 that Sam Cho will serve as director of Strategic Initiatives in the Mayor’s Office.
Oprah Winfrey and Dwayne Johnson have committed $10 million to make direct payments to people on Maui who are unable to return to their homes because of the wildfires, through a new fund they announced Thursday.
In a bid to strengthen community ties and gain support from diverse backgrounds, six Seattle City Council candidates came together on Aug. 26 for a meet and greet event at the home of Shiao-Yen Wu.
A group of Black community leaders gathered outside City Hall in St. Paul, Minnesota on Tuesday to criticize the City Council’s hiring of a non-Black aide to staff the city’s new reparations commission.
A University of North Carolina graduate student walked into a classroom building, shot his faculty adviser and quickly left, authorities said a day after the attack paralyzed campus as police searched for the gunman.
An Asian man walks up to his door. Behind him, run up two men all in black. One of them brandishes a pistol.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 40 percent of children in the US have tooth decay by the time they reach kindergarten.
Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell asked members of the ethnic media to come for a “roundtable” on Friday, but it was not entirely clear why.