Building Solidarity Following the Derek Chauvin Verdict

Members of Neighborhood Safety Companions (NSC) and Progressive Asian Network for Action (PANA) join a gathering at Pan Pacific Park in Los Angeles following the Derek Chauvin Verdict

Anti-Asian Violence Solidarity

How Minneapolis Asian Americans are supporting Black community after Daunte Wright’s death

April 16, 2021, 1:45 PM PDT

By Claire Wang

April 13, 2021, in Brooklyn Center, MN - John Minchillo / AP

PANA: Resistance to oppression is not new, neither is solidarity between Asian Americans and African Americans. Our solidarity is the power that will overthrow this system of white supremacist violence towards both of our peoples.

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Anti-Asian Violence

More Policing is Not The Answer To Anti-Asian Violence

Tragically, like so many other victims of police killings, Angelo Quinto’s pleas for his own life were not heeded by Antioch police. 

We also do not forget the killing of Tommy Le in 2017.  The vicious policy of “kill first” and “qualified immunity” encourages many white supremacist police to kill oppressed people with no repurcussions.

What we need is the power of the people to have authority over police forces, including the ability to fire officers who have proven themselves to be a danger to society.