A girl takes part in a protest in New York against hate crimes targeting Asians on March 21. Photo: Xinhua
A girl takes part in a protest in New York against hate crimes targeting Asians on March 21. Photo: Xinhua
Jodi Xu Klein
Opinion

Opinion

Jodi Xu Klein

Racist attacks must spur Asian-Americans to unite – and end timid stereotype

  • The lack of a sense of cause or shared struggle is the main dynamic that has muted the many voices of US Asian communities, not shyness
  • The worsening abuses that continue to this day should jolt Asian-Americans awake to the reality that to unite is the only way forward

A girl takes part in a protest in New York against hate crimes targeting Asians on March 21. Photo: Xinhua
A girl takes part in a protest in New York against hate crimes targeting Asians on March 21. Photo: Xinhua
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