Asian Americans

The second annual Gold List highlights Asian-led and Asian-created movies to remind Oscar voters to diversity and keep representation top of mind.
Lucy Koh, 53, now has a lifetime seat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit.
“As a child, I assumed my Koreanness just fell away like a snake shedding its skin. I thought, 'That must be what happens when you’re adopted.'”
After being in Issa Rae's web series "Awkward Black Girl" and then her groundbreaking HBO show, Sujata Day directed, wrote, produced and stars in "Definition Please."
The actor, writer and director talks about building her creative career and the many turns it has taken over the past two decades.
Syed would be the highest-ranking Muslim official in the Biden administration if confirmed, but GOP senators are refusing to even show up for the vote.
Wu is the first person who is not a white man to be elected mayor of Boston.
Reports of hate crimes against Asians increased 76% amid the pandemic, according to data from the FBI's latest Hate Crime Statistics report.
GOP state Sen. David Rader asked about the inclusion of "yellow families" in a study about racial inequity
Stop AAPI Hate has collected nearly 10,000 reports of anti-Asian racism since March 2020.
The brand has been under fire on social media for creating a collection of dolls for the Tokyo Games that many have called out for excluding the Asian community.
The Italian soccer team shared an image of a player wearing a cone as a hat and making anti-Asian hand gestures to their 100,000-plus fans before deleting it.
A new study describes how major movies perpetuate harmful stereotypes about AAPI people and make them the punchline.
U.S. gymnast Sunisa Lee just made history as the first Hmong American to win a gold medal at an Olympic Games.
Robert Aaron Long still faces the death penalty if convicted in four more shooting deaths at Atlanta-area spas.
Tuesday's announcement comes as health officials across the nation are urging young Americans to get vaccinated as new coronavirus variants spread.
Some Filipino Americans look to St. Malo as proof of their belonging in the U.S. What happens when it disappears?
They are disproportionately detained, receive higher bond costs, and say they face unfair treatment within detention centers.
The justices could say as soon as Monday whether they will hear an appeal claiming that Harvard discriminates against Asian American applicants.
Chin's murder in 1982 galvanized a nationwide movement of Asian American activism that remains relevant today and continues to grow.