Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard is challenging a 2003 ruling that upheld the practice of affirmative action, first supported by the Court in 1978.
Quraishi made history on June 10 after an 81-16 Senate confirmation vote.
The Governor, who has emerged as a frontrunner for Republicans in 2024 alongside Donald Trump, is going all in for the former president’s base.
The exhibit, part of the #ImmigrantsAreEssential campaign, brings home why immigrants need protections going forward in the U.S.
Incidents of AAPI hate have been on the rise since last year, and students back in school bring a slew of new obstacles to fighting its occurrence.
The Women’s Health Protection Act would guarantee the right to abortion services in the U.S.
The bill took its first step to passage as it succeeded through the state’s Senate.
Hispanics in Philanthropy joined two other institutional supporters for the project poised to change Latinx-centered journalism in the U.S.
The bill, introduced by Baton Rouge Rep. Larry Selders, passed unanimously through both of the state’s legislative chambers.
Overall vaccine hesitancy is trending down, but Latinos still represent a smaller minority of those getting the jab.
Pressure is mounting across the state for its congressional reps to back the immigration reform.
A Berks County judge ruled on June 7 that the case could move forward against Berks County Commissioners for cracking a deal with ICE without public input.
After taking part in a Summer for the history books, these leaders are trying to do more for their communities once in office.
Florida instituted a ban on transgender women and girls from sports teams on the first day of the month, as West Virginia faces a court challenge.
Hall’s shooting by police has entered the discussions around both police violence and anti-Asian hate.
The New York State Senator is closing in on completing a major legislative victory for workers across the state.
Administrations since President Clinton’s have had AAPI initiatives, but Biden’s comes amid a major uptick in hate crimes against Asian-Americans.
DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announced the end of the policy in a memo sent to agency heads on Tuesday, June 1.
The discovery of 215 children’s bodies at a former residential school has activists demanding answers from the Canadian government and Catholic Church.
The tennis star has faced undue scrutiny all too familiar to Black women in sports.
Despite the negativity surrounding the AAPI community in the past year. More conversations about mental health are and will continue to happen.
The TEAACH Act passed the state’s Senate on May 25, and now heads back to its House for final confirmation.
The uptick in incidents has created more of a burden, but also brought out necessary conversations on the subject.
The groups have pointed back to a February report they released, detailing a way back for accessible, affordable housing in New York City.
Clarke will now be in charge of investigating abuses of police force, and enforcing voting rights laws along with federal bans on discrimination.