Vincent Paterno, the FedEx driver who posted a profanity-ridden video on TikTok vowing to never deliver items to people who support Black Lives Matter, Joe Biden or Kamala Harris, is now jobless.
What happened: In a TikTok video that was uploaded on Sept. 16, Paterno, 39, is seen sitting inside what seems to be a FedEx delivery truck while wearing his uniform. The man then proceeds to condemn people who show support to the BLM movement and the Biden-Harris administration.
A new film based on a 2014 case involving an Asian American police officer who fatally shot an innocent African American man while patrolling New York City is currently in post-production.
“A Shot Through The Wall,” directed by Aimee Long, premiered at the Bentonville Film Festival in Arkansas in August and is now in post-production.
The group, which consists of seven members Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook, recently spoke to Variety to explain the reason behind their generous donation in June. Without giving any specifics, Jin said they have also been subjected to prejudice.
The FBI has revealed more information about the man who used his truck to try and mow down peaceful Black Lives Matter protesters in California back in May.
Sandra Oh attracted much attention online for wearing a jacket with Black Lives Matter written on it in Korean during the virtual 2020 Emmy Awards.
The purple jacket was a collaboration between the Korean American “Killing Eve” actress and the Los Angeles brand KORELIMITED, according to BuzzFeed.
Tennis star Naomi Osaka made a powerful statement on social justice after she walked into the U.S. Open wearing a mask with Breonna Taylor’s name on it.
The details: The 22-year-old half Japanese, half Haitian American player walked into the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center for her match at the U.S. Open while donning a Breonna Taylor mask on Monday, according to KRON4.
A New Jersey mayor is backing down on the “police overtime bill” issued to a teenager for organizing a Black Lives Matter protest rally after getting public backlash.
Most Asian Americans feel connected to Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests, according to a new poll from global analytics firm Gallup.
Since George Floyd’s death in May, members of the Asian American community have voiced dissent toward police brutality and racial injustice. The group became a visible ally to African Americans, both in the streets and on social media.
A Vietnamese American entrepreneur claimed he has been receiving threats from within the Vietnamese community in southwest Houston after he paid for a billboard that read “Black Lives Matter” and “Stop Racism” in English and Vietnamese.
Lê Hoàng Nguyên, an insurance company owner, revealed in a Facebook video on July 8 that there have been calls for his lynching and boycott of his business since he put up the billboard. He used his own money to commission the message, which was non-political, he said.
A Filipina American nurse was harassed by a White woman while giving out free water and masks during a Black Lives Matter protest in Fort Lee, New Jersey.
Korean rapper Owen Ovadoz is under fire again from an Instagram live where he complained about why he should care about the BLM movement.
People advancing the Black Lives Matter movement are now employing strategies from Hong Kong protesters, whose grievance against a controversial extradition bill made international headlines last year.