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Activists urge for educational reform at “Stop Asian Hate” rally

Kevin Nguyen, Reporter | May 7, 2021
More than 100 people gathered in San Jose to advocate for educational reform that combats anti-Asian discrimination on April 25, weeks after people marched in San Francisco against anti-Asian violence.
City Manager Deborah Feng and Captain Rich Urena speak during the City of Cupertino's Community Forum on anti-Asian racism

Sheriff’s captain says anti-Asian crimes are not rising in Cupertino but remain a priority

Kevin Nguyen, Reporter | April 19, 2021
Sheriff’s Captain Ricardo Urena reassured Cupertino residents that anti-Asian hate crimes are not increasing in the area and continue to be a departmental priority in the City of Cupertino Community Forum on April 15.
Introductory slide from the town hall

Town hall proposes restorative justice to heal present and past anti-Asian racism

Kevin Nguyen, Reporter | April 19, 2021
Anti-Asian racism did not begin during the pandemic, said researcher Richard Lim in an online town hall on April 17, hosted by the inclusive housing organization Cupertino for All.
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“Who Killed Vincent Chin?” mirrors recent anti-Asian violence

Crystal Flores, Reporter | February 24, 2021
San Jose State University and De Anza College screened the documentary “Who Killed Vincent Chin,” about a Chinese American man murdered by two White men, on Feb. 11 for the “Not Your Model Minority” series.
Protester in Los Angeles in 2017

Foothill-De Anza Board of Trustees unanimously back sentiment against COVID-19 Asian xenophobia, supports DACA students

Caden Zhao, Reporter | May 8, 2020

The Foothill-De Anza Board of Trustees unanimously voted to pass a resolution denouncing xenophobia targeted toward Asian-Americans in the COVID-19 pandemic. This resolution follows San Francisco State’s...

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