Irish Christian Bakers Lose Appeal Against Discrimination Charges Over Cake with Gay Marriage Slogan
Irish Christian bakers lost their appeal in court challenging conviction of discrimination against a gay man by declining an offer to bake a cake with a slogan supporting gay marriage.
Korean American Family Services (KFAM) will be hosting its third annual Christmas gift drive for Asian foster children throughout the month of November. The gifts and donations will be collected from November 1 to December 10, and the gifts will be given to the foster children at a Christmas party on December 21.
A Christian pastor and his father were brutally beaten by a mob of 50 people in Pakistan on October 19th over a property dispute which is in the process of hearing at the court. The mob also beat other family members including women.
Professionals from a non-profit visited a Korean immigrant church on October 14 to educate the youth members on healthy teen dating and raise awareness of abuse situations in dating.
As election day is quickly approaching, activists and leaders have been encouraging members of the Asian American Pacific Islander community to get out the vote.
Korean American Family Services (KFAM) will be hosting a free seminar on family and marriage life for Korean families on October 22 at Oriental Mission Church.
Two years after its launch, NBC Asian America is set to start a series spotlighting the spiritual journeys of young Asian American artists. The series, called ‘Beyond Belief,’ takes a look into the creative and spiritual spaces of five different artists from different artistic and spiritual backgrounds.
A baby was born in Mexico with “three parents,” about five months ago to parents who had had four miscarriages and lost two children. The mother’s DNA is a carrier of Leigh syndrome which affects the nervous system of the infants because of which her children died at young age.
A bill that requires California’s Department of Public Health to record the data separately for each Asian and Pacific Islander group was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown on Sunday.
Korean American Family Services (KFAM) celebrated its 33rd anniversary with a fundraising gala on Thursday night under the theme, “Together We Thrive,” at the Taglyan Complex in Los Angeles.
Author of ‘American Born Chinese’ and other graphic novels Gene Luen Yang was among this year’s recipients of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation’s ‘Genius’ grant of $625,000 which is given over a period of five years.
Korean American Advocacy Groups Spread Awareness of Voting and Citizenship in Immigrant Communities Ahead of Elections
Korean American non-profits in multiple parts of the nation have hosted and will continue to host awareness events and drives to increase voter registration and citizenship applications in the weeks and months leading up to the election.
Poland is considering a new abortion law which will ban all abortions except when the mother’s life is in danger.
Aaron and Melissa Klein, the Christian owners of a bakery in Oregon, continue to stand firm in their position on violation of their First Amendment right when they were fined $135,000 for declining to make a cake for same-sex wedding ceremony in 2013. occasion
Religion Supporting US Economy by Generating More Revenue Than Apple, Google, and Amazon Combined, Says Study
A new study published in interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion said that religion contributes more to US economy than Facebook, Google and Apple combined.