Saturday, April 17, 2021 | 10:30am to 12:30pm Kimlau Square, Manhattan 2 East Broadway Join the Chinatown Partnership/Business Improvement District for our annual Earth Day beautification event. We’ll be planting … Read more
Polik, who is unemployed and currently applying to law school, and Nelson, who works full time in health-care public relations, conceived of the Amplify Library last summer, during the George … Read more
Solidarity for the Asian community is being promoted through art in Lower Manhattan. With the recent slew of anti-Asian hate crimes plaguing the city and the country as a whole, … Read more
Hundreds of people gathered in Columbus Park in Chinatown on Saturday for what was billed as a community rally against racist and misogynistic violence targeting Asian women.
The Customized Training program provides federally funded grants to help NYC-based businesses train and retain their employees. This competitive, reimbursable training grant is available for businesses that are for-profit, operating … Read more
Alarmed and outraged by a surge in racist violence, citizens band together to make city streets safer.
Joseph Russo, 27, is facing multiple hate crime charges.
A dozen people spoke on her behalf, though they knew very little about her, except that she was 44, from China and was killed in a gunman’s rampage in metro … Read more
Scholarships are for high school seniors of Chinese descent entering college in the fall, and living in NY, NJ or CT with the exception of the Wonton Food scholarship which … Read more
Despite the public outrage, the hateful beat goes on in New York City — as police reported Thursday two more terrible incidents of Asian New Yorkers being attacked by bigots … Read more
The City Cleanup Corps (NYC CCC) will employ 10,000 New Yorkers for beautification across our city. NYC CCC workers will wipe away graffiti, powerwash sidewalks, create community murals, tend to … Read more
Love Your Block provides a unique opportunity for resident-led groups to transform and beautify their neighborhood while leveraging City services. Resident-led groups (grantees) receive a $1,000 grant to transform a … Read more