'I Am Here' Song Is A Battle Cry From The Theater Community Against Asian HateA new song and video were just released this week in the wake of rising violence against Asian Americans.
Lawmakers Fed Up With Mental Illness, Homelessness Intersecting With Attacks On Asian-American CommunityFor too many times to count this year, the Asian-American community has gathered to denounce yet another unsettling attack.
Police: Man Attacks Asian Woman With Cane At Upper Manhattan Subway StationThe NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating the beating that took place on May 12 at the Broadway-West 116th Street station in Morningside Heights.
NYPD: Alexander Wright Charged With Hate Crime After 55-Year-Old Asian Woman Sucker-Punched In ChinatownDisturbing video shows the suspect punch the victim in the face so hard she falls to the ground. 
Police: Subway Panhandler Tries To Rob Asian ManAccording to police it happened Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. as the train was approaching 34th Street and 6th Avenue. 
Police: 75-Year-Old Asian Woman Suffers Broken Nose, Fractured Eye Rocket After Being Punched In QueensIt happened around 2:30 p.m. Wednesday near 97th Place and 57th Avenue in Corona.
Mayor De Blasio Announces More Funding For Anti-Hate Initiatives Amid Increase In Anti-Asian, Anti-Semitic AttacksOn Thursday, de Blasio announced a new initiative called Partners Against The Hate, or P.A.T.H. Forward.
Rallies In Manhattan, Brooklyn Use Art And Culture To Combat Anti-Asian HateRallies held on the Lower East Side and in Downtown Brooklyn on Saturday used art and culture to combat anti-Asian hate.
Biden Signs Bill To Combat Hate Crimes Against Asian AmericansPresident Biden on Thursday signed legislation that aims to combat the spike in hate crimes against Asian Americans during the coronavirus pandemic.
NYPD: Lloyd Revell Arrested In Hell's Kitchen Anti-Asian AttackRevell allegedly punched a 48-year-old Asian man several times, bit his hand, and yelled "Go back to your country!"
Asian American Community Leaders Call For City Hall To Step Up Their Response To Spate Of Hate Crimes: 'The Community Is Living In Fear'Nonprofit leaders are taking a stand, saying the number of attacks is actually much higher and the emotional toll much greater.