Asian Americans In California
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California Governor Gavin Newsom announced Thursday that he had signed a law that would make Lunar New Year an optional state holiday.
Franklin Odo, a leader in Asian American studies, has passed away according to social media posts.
The details regarding Odo’s passing are unclear but several people have begun to pay tribute to the trailblazer on Facebook and Twitter.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Extraordinary use of electricity has long been a telltale sign of illegal grow houses producing thousands of marijuana plants hidden in seemingly ordinary homes.
Linda Chang is determined to break through barriers – language barriers to healthcare, in particular.
Growing up in the San Gabriel Valley, Chang, whose family speaks Cantonese, saw first-hand the impact of linguistic barriers on her family’s care – often resulting in a hesitance to get help only at the last minute.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 15, 2022 — Asia Society Northern California hosted Catherine Choy, Associate Dean of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Belonging, and Justice at UC Berkeley and Professor of Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies, for a discussion on her new book, Asian American Histories of the United States.