Nearly a week after eight people were killed at spas in the Atlanta area, hundre…

Nearly a week after eight people were killed at spas in the Atlanta area, hundreds gathered to remember the victims and call for an end to hate towards Asians in a year that has seen an uptick in attacks against members of the community. People attending a rally New York City’s Columbus Park Sunday, pictured above, told CNN they came out because they are tired of dealing with discrimination and hope the tragedy in Atlanta will spark change. When asked why she attended, Angela Eunsung Kim said, “‘Cause I’m Asian, and I’m a woman, and if I don’t stand up for myself then no one else will. So that’s why I’m here.”

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  2. The police spokesman who said the killer was having a bad day should be fired and banned from all police work of any kind!! He obviously has a complete disregard for human life

  3. It wasn’t a hate crime, it was a tragedy no doubt, but was not a hate crime, stop spinning a false narrative, and adding to the divide.

  4. There were also 3 other people killed who weren’t Asian but they matter just as much and received no coverage hardly. Rip all of them ❀️


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