Here are hotlines, mental health toolkits, petitions, and more resources that you can use to support Asian Americans right now.

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On Tuesday night, a gunman killed eight people — six of whom were Asian women — in a shooting spree at three Asian-owned spas and massage parlors in the Atlanta area. The incident has sparked outrage amid a year of heightened violent hate crimes against Asian Americans, partially motivated by…

Women like Stacey Abrams, Abby Phillip, and Cardi B inspired us throughout an unforgettable year.

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In an unforgettably tragic year, women have worked to expand voting rights, provided relief for those affected by the pandemic, and fought Covid-19 on the frontlines. In the last year, we elected our first woman Vice President, celebrated the youngest inaugural poet ever, and mourned the loss of titans like…

None of my coworkers or I currently qualify for a vaccine, but Gov. Cuomo put us at risk anyway.

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An anonymous server’s concerns about indoor dining reopening in New York City, as told to The Interlude. Edited for clarity and length.

Earlier today, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that restaurants in New York can resume indoor dining at 25% capacity starting Feb. 14. Just when I thought I couldn’t hate…

Smaller in size doesn’t have to mean lesser in flavor.

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For this year’s Thanksgiving, we prepared something special for you: a menu fit for a modest holiday. While COVID-19 may have made you sacrifice a big Thanksgiving with family and friends, it doesn’t have to make you sacrifice a delicious one.

We here at The Interlude understand that celebrating will…

“America, I’m honored that you have chosen me to lead our great country.”

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After four days of nonstop ballot counting, bogus legal challenges, and protests, former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris have won the 2020 presidential election.

When much of the country went to bed on Tuesday, there were few answers as to who…

The Associated Press projects the former vice president as the 46th President of the United States.

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Editors’ note: The Interlude will be updating this blog as information about election results becomes available to our staff. These results are based on projections — official certified election results may not be available for days or even weeks, as states count mail-in and absentee ballots.

Our election team will…

Whole Foods CEO is horribly out of touch with the realities of food inaccessibility.

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Want to hear some organic tea with your Amazon Prime order? Look no further than the Amazon-owned Whole Foods.

Since 2018, Amazon workers across the globe have called for boycotts of Prime Day, the company’s yearly “savings extravaganza” for Amazon Prime members. This year, the usual complaints…

After taking down a sign in common outdoor space, the major apartment complex asked residents to post their “thoughts or opinions” on social media instead.

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StuyTown, a massive apartment complex on Manhattan’s east side, emailed its residents on Thursday asking them to take down existing Black Lives Matter signage and requesting they refrain from putting any further “messaging” in their windows.

Screenshots of the email, obtained by The Interlude…

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