Senate makes it very clear that hate and discrimination against any group has no place in America.
The history of racism against Asian Americans and how the Covid-19 pandemic and political rhetoric resurfaced racist attitude towards Asian Americans.
We can’t be silent in the face of rising violence against Asian Americans.
Violent attacks on Asian Americans is representative of the significant anti-Asian rhetoric that has occurred over the past year amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Vincent Chin case serves as a wakeup call to address anti-Asian bias and racial intolerance.
Korean Americans have decried law enforcement’s and English-language media’s framing of the incident as a sexually motivated crime and not a racially motivated one.
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.
Asian Women are more frequently victims of hate crimes.
Given the historical fetishization of Asian women, it’s nearly impossible to divorce race from the discourse.
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.