anti-Asian racism

The Young Women Fighting to Save Chinatowns
A street view of New York Chinatown. People walking on the sidewalk, busy street lined with cars, and snowflake center-streamers connect from parallel buildings.

The Young Women Fighting to Save Chinatowns

As Chinatowns around the world reel from racial and economic injustice, young women are organizing to save these iconic neighborhoods.

read more
2400 1600 Eileen Huang
How Anti-Filipino Hate Led to the Watsonville Riots
Two sepia-tone photographs of Filipino farm workers tending a field. On the left, workers put crop inside crates. One the right, a farm worker stands in a field of cauliflower.

How Anti-Filipino Hate Led to the Watsonville Riots

The Watsonville Riots was a violent attack on Filipino farmworkers by a mob of white residents in the city of Watsonville, California, between January 19 and January 30, 1930.

read more
2244 1172 Nicole Cardoza
Fighting for Visibility for Disabled Asian Americans
Three profile pictures of three Asian Americans in outdoor scenery. First, Megan Liang sitting outdoors at a restaurant with pizza in front of them; Jennifer Lee standing by a railing; Xuan Truing in a wheelchair in a green space.

Fighting for Visibility for Disabled Asian Americans

The AADI is creating a space for disabled Asian Americans to share their stories and be seen and heard in an ableist and anti-Asian society.

read more
2098 1020 Marielle Issa