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History

Why Add BALD SISTERS to your Holiday List

This isn’t sparkles and candy canes so it may seem unfitting for the holiday season. But for those who appreciate society and diversity–or even just have fun affection for theater plays–watching BALD SISTERS is not a wasted space on your list!
Politics

New AAPI Leaders from 2022 Midterm Election Results

This year’s midterm election results have shown us that more Asian-American leaders are stepping up the mantle in service to the local community. Get to know these leaders as they take the AAPI community to the next level.
Politics

Asian American History in Public Schools with TEAACH Act

With TEAACH Act, Illinois becomes the first state in America to require Asian American history to be part of the public school curriculum.
Community

Chicago Asian Network Honors #AsiansWhoCAN

In celebration of the Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, we are casting a spotlight on unsung modern-day heroes in our community with our latest campaign, #AsiansWhoCAN, and celebrating all our wins as a community with #iCAN.
Politics

White Privilege on Display at Capitol Hill

The pro-Trump riot resulted in many injuries and loss of lives due to some glaring issues surrounding the very foundation of U.S. democracy: white supremacy and greed.