'Stop AAPI Hate' Provides New Data To LAPD And A Place For Victims To Be HeardOn Monday, two teens attacked an elderly man in the San Francisco Bay Area. Hours later, a 67-year-old Lyft driver was pistol-whipped in South El Monte. Both are being investigated as possible hate crimes after more than 6,600 incidents against the Asian American Pacific Islander community from March 2020 to the end of March 2021.
Movement Starts To Stop Hate Crimes Towards Asians As Incidents Surge In Southern CaliforniaPeople from Los Angeles to Orange County are coming together to bring awareness to a surge in hate crimes and racist incidents against Asian-Americans.
Clinton Woos Asian-Americans In San Gabriel Valley Campaign StopDemocratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton on Thursday courted Asian-American voters in the San Gabriel Valley, telling members of the nation's fastest growing racial minority that she disagrees with the "hateful rhetoric" of her Republican challengers.
Fullerton Sued Over Asian-American Voting RightsThe Orange County city of Fullerton was sued Wednesday over an at-large election system that Asian-American advocates say harms the community's voting rights, lawyers said.
USC, UCLA Students Uniting Against Racism In Response To Offensive FlyerThe cross-town rivalry between UCLA and USC was put aside last night as Asian-American students gathered in solidarity to discuss a racist flyer that was distributed at both schools.
Only On CBS2: Authors Of Controversial New Book Try To Pinpoint What Makes Certain Ethnic Groups SuccessfulYale law professors and spouses Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld are generating a lot of buzz for a book that pinpoints traits they feel make certain ethnic groups more successful than others.
Asian Americans Express Outrage Over 'Racist' City Of LA Department Of Public Works Video Some Asian Americans expressed their outrage over a taxpayer-funded video mocking the Asian community at the city’s Board of Public Works meeting on Monday.
Mario Machado, LA's 1st Asian-American Newscaster, Dies At 78Mario Machado, Los Angeles' first Asian-American newscaster, has died.