Act To Change invites everyone to stand against bullying, hate and racism in a virtual event called “United We Heal” this May 18 at 3 p.m. PST/6 p.m. EST.
One in four Asian American youth report being bullied due to Covid-19. Four out of 10 Pacific Islander students are bullied. In 2021, nonprofit Act To Change’s Asian American Bullying Survey Report showed that 80% of Asians have experienced in-person or online bullying. Despite this, many AAPIs don’t look to get help because of cultural, religious and language barriers.
In an effort to interrupt the rampant hate in our society, Dr. Bernice King, the daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is hosting a virtual event that encourages love to become the new norm.
The event: “Be Love Day“ will be streamed on The King Center website from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. EST on July 16 and will include a variety of hosts and influencers throughout the day.
Hennessy is ushering the Lunar New Year with X.O OX Experience, a virtual charity event that will feature icons and entrepreneurs from the Asian American and Pacific Islander community.
A yoga event on Meetup recently sparked controversy on Twitter for welcoming only White women to participate in the group.
Created by criminal profiler Pat Brown, the event called “White Women Yoga Meetup” was scheduled to take place in Washington, D.C. on March 2.
Animal and yoga lovers looking to get in touch with their wild side will appreciate this epic yoga party that showcases insane acrobatic skills and includes special animal appearances.
What is it like to attend an event where all the world’s “top young entrepreneurs” gather to mingle and costs over $1,000 to attend? We braved the sweltering L.A. heat to find out at the annual Kairos Summit in Hollywood this week.
Tickets for the event, which were reportedly sold out, cost $1,300. Around 600 people attended this year. Of course, as a publication that draws millions of readers a month, we got in for free with media passes.