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.
Almost 40% of U.S. adults ,and 58% of the respondents of Asian descent – said it’s more common for people to express racist views about Asians than before the outbreak of COVID-19.
Excerpt Asian Americans are the forgotten minority in the glass ceiling conversation.
Key moments in American history have played a role in shaping how the country view Asians in America.
We need to talk about the rise of anti-Asian hate and attacks.
Research on discrimination experienced specifically by Asian American women.
Politicians pumped up the image of Asian Americans as a way to shift the blame for black poverty.
For decades, Asian Americans have been the invisible minority.