It’s that time again! Now Weekly is here with the latest AAPI News headlines. Don’t miss what our incredible AAPI community has been up to!
NYC restaurateurs and business owners teamed together to jumpstart #Enoughisenough, a campaign to raise awareness of hate crimes against Asian Americans. The group is currently raising funds to provide meals for elderly Asian Americans as well as for shelters in NYC.
This past Thursday, the U.S. Postal Service debuted a new postage stamp honoring Chien-Shiung Wu, a Chinese American nuclear physicist known in her field as the “First Lady of Physics.”
“Unity at the Initiative,” an exhibition of art and skateboarding through the lens of Oakland-based Jeffrey Cheung, will come to life this May in Philly. The exhibition’s goal? To highlight and empower diverse queer and trans bodies of color in the creative space!
A fascinating new exhibition opened this past weekend at the San Antonio Museum of Art. It takes viewers on a visual multi-cultural journey through the stories of Latin American and Caribbean artists of Asian descent.
Julie Su is President Joe Biden’s deputy of labor nominee for a reason. This impressive lawyer began her journey in defending labor rights in the 1990s, fighting for enslaved Thai garment workers in sweatshops in El Monte, California.
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