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BY Masao Suzuki | San José, CA | 6/23/22
40 years ago, on June 23, 1982, Chinese American Vincent Chin died after being beaten by a Chrysler plant supervisor and his stepson.
BY Montana Hirsch | Saint Paul, MN | 4/04/22
On the afternoon of April 2, about 50 people gathered for a protest in Saint Paul’s Frogtown area to “Stand up against hate” and demand justice for Asian people who have been targeted in hate crimes, discrimination and violence.
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BY staff | San Jose, CA | 4/07/21
On Sunday, April 11, at 2 p.m. Pacific / 5 p.m. Eastern, the Freedom Road Socialist Organization is hosting an online program about the wave of violence against Asian Americans; violence which led to the recent massacre of eight people, six of whom were Asian American women near Atlanta, Georgia.
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BY Eric Struch | Chicago, IL | 4/06/21
The racist March 16 murders of Soon Chung Park, Juncha Kim, Yong Ae Yue, Paul Andre Michels, Hyun Jung Grant, Xiaojie Tan, Daoyou Feng and Delaina Ashley Yaun in Atlanta, Georgia have caused a wave of revulsion and anger among the people, especially in the Asian community.
BY staff | Tallahassee, FL | 4/01/21
On March 27, around 100 activists from across the Tallahassee community gathered in front of the State Capitol building to commemorate the eight victims from the recent Atlanta shooting, and to speak out against Asian American oppression.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 3/25/21
A candlelight memorial took place on March 20 for 118 Japanese elders who died of COVID-19 at Pacifica Kei-Ai assisted living facility in Lincoln Heights, which is rated the worst in California.
BY Tom Burke | Grand Rapids, MI | 3/21/21
Over 300 people rallied to denounce the racist and woman-hating murders in Georgia of six Asian American women and two other men.
BY Masao Suzuki | San Jose, CA | 3/20/21
For more than a year Asian Americans have seen a rising tide of violence aimed at individuals of Asian descent.
BY Carlos Montes | Los Angeles, CA | 2/19/21
February 19 is known as the “Day of Remembrance” and 2021 marks its 79th anniversary. This day also commemorates the anniversary of Executive Order 9066, signed and issued by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1942 - a day when the U.S. government executed a legal act of racism.
BY staff | New York, NY | 6/13/20
On Saturday, June 13, organizers in New York Community Action Project (NYCAP) joined the national day of action to stop police crimes that was called for by the National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression.
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