The pandemic has been racialized, increasing the violence and verbal abuse toward Asian-Americans; women especially, according to the Stop AAPI report released Tuesday, are 2.3 times more likely to be a victim of a hate crime. This statistic was demonstrated the same day as the report by the racially motivated murders of 8 people, including … Continue reading A Hate Crime: Growing Anti-Asian Violence in the US
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