Archives for November 2018

Complaint filed against Samsung for alleged religious discrimination against Muslim man

The Council on American-Islamic Relations has filed a complaint against Samsung on behalf of a Muslim man who alleges religious discrimination during a job interview at the company in 2017, CAIR said Oct. 25. The man interviewed at the company in Menlo Park in October of last year and was allegedly asked inappropriate questions regarding […]

Man convicted of ‘catfishing’ students in Gilroy arrested for alleged sex crime

CAMPBELL, Calif. — A man who has previously been convicted of catfishing students while teaching in Gilroy was arrested Oct. 16 in Campbell for allegedly engaging in sexual acts with a minor, police said. Douglas Le, 27, allegedly met a minor on the “Grindr” dating application with the intent of having a sexual relationship in […]

OBITUARY: Emiko “Miki” Naito

NAITO, EMIKO “MIKI,” 85, of San Francisco, California passed away on Monday, October 29, 2018. Emiko was born August 16, 1933 in Madera, CA to Eisaku and Tomo Naito. She attended Alpha Grammar School in Madera, CA. In 1942 amid World War II she and her family were interned at the Jerome, Arkansas Interment Camp […]

San Mateo Supes appoint new county poet laureate

The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors has appointed the county’s third-ever poet laureate and its first who is an Asian American, county officials said. San Mateo resident Aileen Cassinetto was appointed Oct. 23 to the honorary role, which involves celebrating and elevating poetry around the county. The position was created in 2013 and Caroline […]

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