One-third of Asian Americans fear the rising of threats, physical attacks and violence against them.
Violent attacks on Asian Americans is representative of the significant anti-Asian rhetoric that has occurred over the past year amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Too often, attention to nonwhite groups is only as pressing as the injuries that they have suffered.
A Pew Research Center survey of 9,654 U.S. adults last June found that roughly 31% of Asian adults said they had been the subject of slurs or jokes.
An unspeakable tragedy” for both the victims’ families and an Asian-American community that has been reeling from high levels of racist attacks since early 2020.
The number of hate incidents reported represents only a fraction of the number of hate incidents that actually occured!
The US history has had a systemic, official and unofficial, exclusion for the Chinese, and this pandemic brought the debate back up again.
Terms like ‘China virus’ put Asian Americans in harm’s way.
Producer StandWithAsians Overview There are key moments in American history that have played a role in shaping how the country views Asians in America. But how many of these are we really aware of today? What can we learn … Continued
We need to talk about the rise of anti-Asian hate and attacks.