Category: News

Chicagoans step up to counteract anti-Asian hate

The pandemic has brought on a global wave of prejudice and violence against Asians and Asian Americans. Reset talks with local advocacy groups working to combat that hate. Guests: Seong-Ah Cho, director of organizing, Asian Americans Advancing Justice | Chicago & Natasha Chan, Board Member of Asians Are Strong.

Asian American History Requirement Starts in Illinois Public Schools

Starting this school year, every public elementary school and high school in Illinois must include a unit of instruction on Asian American history. Illinois became the first state to implement the requirement when Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed the Teaching Equitable Asian American Community History Act, or TEAACH, into law last summer. 

40 Years after the Murder of Vincent Chin, We Honor Our Community’s Resilience in the Face of Hate

Vincent Chin’s death, and the failure of justice that followed, sparked outcry from our communities across the country, marking a turning point for the Asian American civil rights movement. From organizing rallies to political advocacy, Asian Americans from diverse backgrounds and all walks of life came together as a united front to fight against racist violence and seek justice for Vincent Chin.