Sacramento Japantown Landmark Osaka-Ya Emerges From PandemicA family-run Japanese American confectionery shop emerges from the COVID crisis thanks, in part, to its loyal customers.
Rally Against Hate Held At Capitol In SacramentoCommunities from across the country took part in the unity against hate rally on Saturday.
Stockton Boulevard Partnership Recruits Volunteers In Effort To Protect Sacramento's AAPI CommunityThe Stockton Boulevard Partnership is recruiting volunteers in an effort to bring protection to the Asian American community in Sacramento.
Southern California Man Charged With Throwing Rocks At Asian Woman, Child In CarA Southern California man has been charged with throwing rocks at an Asian woman and her 6-year-old son as they drove down the street last month, authorities said Monday.
'Makes Me Feel Angry': Protesters Caravan Through Sacramento In Support Of AAPI CommunityAs rallies were held nationwide to call out hate against Asian Americans in the wake of a deadly mass shooting at Atlanta spas, protesters in Sacramento gathered at Southside Park in support of the movement.
Grant High Teacher Under Fire For Reportedly Making Racist Gesture During Online ClassA local high school teacher has come under fire after she was caught on video reportedly making a gesture mocking Asians.
Hundreds Of People Volunteering To Escort Elderly Asian Americans To Keep Them SafeEver since the world learned of the new coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China, harassment and violence targeting the Asian American and Pacific Islander community has rapidly increased across the United States.
Lawmakers Hope To Bring Change As Hate Crimes Against Asian Pacific Islander Community SurgeWhat’s normally a time of celebration has many members of the Asian American Pacific Islander community on edge this year. With a surge of violence nationwide and in the region, California lawmakers hope to change that.