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Stop AAPI Hate Regional Report

June 30, 2020

As COVID-19 continues to impact communities, incidents targeting Asians and Asian-Americans have increased due to perceived responsibility for the virus's origin. As of June 17, 2020, over 1,843 incidences of Anti-Asian Coronavirus discrimination have been reported via the CAA/A3PCON STOP AAPI HATE website, with 23 incidents happening in Sacramento, San Joaquin, Solano, and Yolo counties since the beginning of the pandemic. With the data, we found that the city and county of Sacramento reported the highest number of incidences.

COVID-19 API-Language Specific Prevention Guidelines

June 03, 2020

The Bulosan Center has been working closely with Asian and Pacific Islander groups in the Great Sacramento region to respond to the needs of the API community during the COVID-19 crisis.

Our interns have produced short videos in different API languages to make information on local resources more accessible to members of the community that can be found at tiny.cc/BulosanCovidVideos

Please share these resources widely.

Bulosan Center Receives Donated Diary from the Philippine American War

February 27, 2020

Collection update! Thanks to UC Davis Alum Janeth SanPedro, the Bulosan Center just acquired a diary of an American Soldier from the Philippine American War. George Surley dictates his first hand accounts of the war, which we hope will assist future scholarship in this pivotal moment in Philippine and Filipino American history. We hope to have this item digitized and available online in the upcomming months!