US TV producer Valerie Chow is behind the Be Cool 2 Asians campaign, designed to eradicate harmful notions that Asians should be blamed for the coronavirus pandemic. While planning the campaign she was attacked walking her dog on a street in Los Angeles and told “go back to China”. US TV producer Valerie Chow is behind the Be Cool 2 Asians campaign, designed to eradicate harmful notions that Asians should be blamed for the coronavirus pandemic. While planning the campaign she was attacked walking her dog on a street in Los Angeles and told “go back to China”.
US TV producer Valerie Chow is behind the Be Cool 2 Asians campaign, designed to eradicate harmful notions that Asians should be blamed for the coronavirus pandemic. While planning the campaign she was attacked walking her dog on a street in Los Angeles and told “go back to China”.

‘An epidemic of hate’: Asian-American starts anti-racism campaign to counter abuse over coronavirus

  • TV producer Valerie Chow launched her Be Cool 2 Asians campaign to push back against fellow Americans who blame Asians for the coronavirus pandemic
  • While planning the video campaign highlighting Asian-Americans’ place in US society and on Covid-19 front lines, she was attacked and told ‘go back to China’

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
US TV producer Valerie Chow is behind the Be Cool 2 Asians campaign, designed to eradicate harmful notions that Asians should be blamed for the coronavirus pandemic. While planning the campaign she was attacked walking her dog on a street in Los Angeles and told “go back to China”. US TV producer Valerie Chow is behind the Be Cool 2 Asians campaign, designed to eradicate harmful notions that Asians should be blamed for the coronavirus pandemic. While planning the campaign she was attacked walking her dog on a street in Los Angeles and told “go back to China”.
US TV producer Valerie Chow is behind the Be Cool 2 Asians campaign, designed to eradicate harmful notions that Asians should be blamed for the coronavirus pandemic. While planning the campaign she was attacked walking her dog on a street in Los Angeles and told “go back to China”.
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