‘We’re not taught to speak out’: Asian Americans find their voice amid rise in hate

A diverse community has come together and embraced activism in the face of a pandemic-linked upsurge in racism

Natty Jumreornvong was outside Mount Sinai hospital on the Upper East Side of New York around 11am one morning in February when a man approached her.

Related: ‘Our community is bleeding’: Asian American lawmakers say violence has reached ‘crisis point’

Continue reading…
Source: The Guardian
‘We’re not taught to speak out’: Asian Americans find their voice amid rise in hate