AAPI Heritage Month
Amid COVID And Hate Crimes, Chicago Group Helps And Celebrates AAPIs
May 27, 2021

Amid COVID And Hate Crimes, Chicago Group Helps And Celebrates AAPIs

A survey found 90% of Asian American entrepreneurs over age 45 reported revenue loss amid the pandemic.

How Olivia Rodrigo Went From Disney Darling To TikTok Sensation
May 24, 2021

How Olivia Rodrigo Went From Disney Darling To TikTok Sensation

TikTok superstar Olivia Rodrigo's debut album "Sour" comes out Friday, May 21.

Gentrification Having Negative Impact On AAPI Neighborhoods
May 24, 2021

Gentrification Having Negative Impact On AAPI Neighborhoods

As rent prices and landlord harassment has increased, grocery stores and medical providers have closed in Los Angeles' Chinatown and Little Tokyo.

After Surviving Pandemic, DC Bakery Puts Energy Into Anti-Hate Effort
May 21, 2021

After Surviving Pandemic, DC Bakery Puts Energy Into Anti-Hate Effort

Rose Ave Bakery is taking the effort it used to adapt during COVID-19 and applying it to the fight against anti-Asian hate.

Tired Of Being Misrepresented, Sikh Americans Create Their Own Stories
May 20, 2021

Tired Of Being Misrepresented, Sikh Americans Create Their Own Stories

Author Simran Jeet Singh says the challenge is for mainstream media to cover beyond moments of violence and racist hate.

Running To Support AAPI Communities
May 14, 2021

Running To Support AAPI Communities

The growing hashtag has other Chinatown Runners popping up across the world.

In The Loop - Celebrating AAPI
May 13, 2021

In The Loop - Celebrating AAPI

AAPI Heritage Month recognizes stories of resilience, community and culture. In The Loop highlights these stories, air date May 13, 2021.

Hip-Hop History: Dropping The Beat On AAPI Artists
May 13, 2021

Hip-Hop History: Dropping The Beat On AAPI Artists

Asian American hip-hop artists and producers speak on why hip-hop resonates with AAPI communities.

Anti-Asian Hate Taking Mental Toll On AAPI Community
May 13, 2021

Anti-Asian Hate Taking Mental Toll On AAPI Community

Experts say deeply relating to the victims of anti-Asian violence is part of a collective trauma for many Asian Americans.

Asian American Health Care Workers Battle COVID And Racism
May 13, 2021

Asian American Health Care Workers Battle COVID And Racism

More than a year into the pandemic, some AAPI health care workers share their struggles of saving people while also dealing with hate.

Filipino Community Still Mourning Disproportionate Nurse Deaths
May 6, 2021

Filipino Community Still Mourning Disproportionate Nurse Deaths

Filipinos make up an estimated 4% of U.S. nurses but account for 26% of COVID-related nurse deaths.