How to stop Asian hate? Outrage over Covid-era spike in racist incidents
17 April 2021 | 5:47 pm
The United States no longer has a president who blames Covid-19 on the Chinese, yet Asians are still being targeted. From casual racist remarks to the recent shooting spree in the US state of Georgia, anti-Asian attacks tripled in the past year. It's not only in America, nor only about the pandemic.
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