In the midst of a spike in hate crimes against Asian Americans, activists and co…


In the midst of a spike in hate crimes against Asian Americans, activists and community leaders are coming together to create safe spaces for the AAPI community and their allies. CNN’s @kyunglahcnn speaks to Tanny Jiraprapasuke, whose hate incident on the subway in early 2020 went viral, and Theo Henderson, a Black Angeleno whose ties to Chinatown and the Asian community run deep.

 



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  1. Thank you for showing most of the incident. I think most people only heard of the recent shooting in ATL. That’s why no one knows why people are reacting the way they do.

  2. My heart goes out to every Asian fearing for their lives at the streets and the victims of the racist attacks 😢

  3. We are with you!!! Latino Community has also been UNDER ATTACK!!! Where is our National T.V. coverage??? Our Elderly get shot and assaulted DAILY💯

  4. Why do people hate Asians? I don’t get it? Who are the haters? Let me guess: White males. But why

  5. Asian Americans have the right to defend themselves through the use of 2A too. Protect yourselves and your families, your lives are more important than that of your attackers

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