University of Arkansas students are sharing the story of the state’s Marshallese community through the Arkansas Atoll podcast.
The Latino Art Project is a Little Rock-based agency that showcases the work of Hispanic artists like muralist José Hernández.
Hate crimes against Asian Americans increased by 150 percent in 2020. These attacks have prompted Arkansans to take action in support of the state’s AAPI community.
A House committee has advanced a class protection bill that critics say doesn’t do enough to protect against hate crimes. Arkansas is one of three states without a hate crimes law.
Arkansas legislators failed to advance a hate crimes bill out of committee yesterday. Meanwhile, the full Senate has approved a class protection bill that will be heard by a House committee this afternoon.
The Arkansas Department of Health is deploying teams to counties with low vaccination rates in an effort to vaccinate minority populations.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson has banned a bill that would ban gendering affirming treatment and surgery for Arkansas youth.
The Urban League of the State of Arkansas and its partners are launching an initiative aimed at urging lawmakers to pass hate crimes legislation.
Josie Fernandez was superintendent of Hot Springs National Park from 2004 to 2018 — the first woman to lead the park. Fernandez served a total of 25 years in the National Park Service, with 14 being spent in Hot Springs.