Asian hate crime Activists Denounce Increase In Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans
Breaking news Asian hate crime. Activists and concerned community members from the coast. The coast saying enough is enough.
It’s really been terrifying for our community. The fight aimed at a stark increase in the amount of reported. Hate crimes harassment and discrimination aimed at Asian Americans in the last few weeks.
The surge has been underlined by a series of violent attacks in new york. Police released a surveillance video of a woman. Being thrown to the ground beaten kicked and dragged on Tuesday across town. Just two days later police say a 36-year-old man was stabbed in the back unprovoked.
The suspect now arrested and charged with attempted murder. Allegedly telling police he didn’t like it. the way the victim looked at him. the surge also impacting the bay area. Where there have been at least 18 incidents involving. Asian Americans this year 84-year-old visha Rattana pakti was killed. After being shoved to the ground in Los Angeles u.s
Veteran Denny Kim was beaten they started calling. Chinese virus just all sort of all sorts of nasty stuff. We’re tired of being targeted we’re angry about. How people perceive us stop aapi. Hate co-founder Russell zhang says there is a pattern of Asians. Being shunned and attacked during times of crisis but the pandemic is a new low they’re spraying Lysol on us as. If we are the infection and makes me wonder about. My place in the u.s we’re clearly not accepted. Can we ever belong to zhang’s organization.
Reporting more than 3 thousand hate-related incidents against Asians. Americans since the pandemic began. Let’s do this together and let’s stand for Asians. The rallying cry of a community pushed to its limit. Now ready to fight back steve the department of justice is now getting involved.
Jose this week the department of justice released a statement pledging that. Its civil rights division has trained. Hundreds of federal prosecutors and law enforcement officers all specifically to investigate. incidents just like these.