"It shouldn't be on Asians to prove we're American by sacrifice," one Twitter user wrote in response to an op-ed written by the former 2020 hopeful.
Therapists share the advice they give Asian American clients who are dealing with discrimination during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The teenage suspect reportedly said he thought the family was Chinese and spreading the coronavirus.
Asian women are three times more likely than men to report racist harassment related to COVID-19, a new report shows.
“The person called my Filipino mother a ‘Chinese coronavirus bitch' and said that both of my parents are ‘bearers of the virus.’”
At a time when Trump is fueling racist "Chinese virus" rhetoric and Asian Americans are being spit on and attacked, this seems like a terrible idea.
The president called for Asian Americans to be protected but did not acknowledge he'd played a role in their vilification.
The "Lost" star called for an end to the "cowardly, heartbreaking and inexcusable" attacks against Asian people.
The coronavirus pandemic is fueling racism that often unfolds right in front of bystanders.
“I cannot stand idly by while the president uses his pulpit to exacerbate xenophobia in a time of crisis," wrote the California Democrat.
After months of properly referring to it, the president is now insisting on calling COVID-19 the "Chinese virus."
No shocker — Tucker Carlson said something racist again.
Homer Yasui, 95, has a message: "Stand up, do something! Be counted. Help us.”
The Fox News host used his prime time show to condemn “wokeness” for the spread of COVID-19.
Asian American leaders denounced the rise in anti-Asian sentiment in the U.S. as misinformation has spread fearmongering over the new virus.
Across the country, Chinese-owned businesses have reported precipitous declines in sales because of racist fear-mongering concerning coronavirus.
"The big day was a chance to show my parents that I understood them and a way for me to make peace with myself."
“Openness, connection, a sense of purpose combined with humility — these are what America desperately needs today," the group wrote.
Leslie Wiser founded Radical Family Farms to explore her own biracial identity. What she didn’t expect was that the farm would become a pillar of community for other Asian Americans who had a similar longing in their lives.
The 31-year-old star is the first Asian-American to win a Golden Globe Award for best actress in the musical or comedy film for her role in “The Farewell.”