Author: Caitlin Yoshiko Kandil

As Coronavirus Spreads, Asian Americans Report Spike in Racism

As coronavirus spreads throughout the United States, acts of racism and xenophobia toward Asian Americans have also increased.

According to a new report prepared by faculty members at San Francisco State University’s Asian American Studies Department, there were more than 1,000 reported cases of xenophobia toward Chinese communities and Chinese Americans between January 28 and February 24—a rate of 37 known cases per day.

Who Becomes Homeless? Data Paints a Startling Picture

“The vast majority of homeless people, what we see in every study—especially here, more than anywhere else—are low-income workers, people who have jobs who don’t make enough to meet the cost of housing,” said Brooke Weitzman, an attorney with the Santa Ana-based Elder Law and Disability Rights Center.

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