This week’s AAPI News headlines are pretty off the charts. That’s because they are are a little different this time…
Paired with some incredible AAPI news headlines are organizations to support in the community. With Lunar New Year just around the corner, we need to show our AAPI community extra love, especially after this tremendous year!
17-year old Eileen Gu made history last weekend at the Winter X games, achieving a major milestone for Asians and Asian Americans!
Gu is the first Chinese athlete to win a gold in the X games. Plus, she is the first rookie to win 3 medals in different events in just one day of competing!
Rep. Judy Chu (D-CA), who became the first Chinese American woman elected to Congress in 2009, sat down with Vox to discuss the policies the caucus is most focused on right now and how it plans to keep on pushing the White House to consider AAPI candidates for judgeships and other roles
Last Saturday morning, the Vietnamese American Community Center suffered from a devastating fire. Make a donation now to show the community support, especially before the Lunar New Year! Discover Joanna Garcia GoFundMe page here.
Save Our Chinatowns and Good Good Eatz partnered up to raise funds for businesses in Oakland’s Chinatown. Those who donate will receive a digital copy of Save Our Chinatown’s latest Zine, “Have you Eaten Yet?”
Established at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, this pivotal organization combats hate, violence, and discrimination against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
Based in NYC, this organization better digital representation for Asian American restaurants.
This organization works to elevate and support the voices of NYC Chinatown businesses. Their Longevity Fund is an opportunity to help these businesses stay afloat with small business grants.
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