Teenage Asian-Americans from New York on a field trip run by non-profit Apex for Youth, which mentors them and teaches them how to respond to harassment, racism and bullying.

Asian-American students in New York respond to racist abuse with help of mentors and advice from non-profit

  • Racial harassment of Asian-Americans has risen in the US amid the coronavirus pandemic; a 16-year-old in a New York school is among its victims
  • The teen is one of many in the city being mentored by non-profit Apex for Youth and shown how to respond. ‘Our generation should speak up,’ he says
Topic |   Chinese overseas
Teenage Asian-Americans from New York on a field trip run by non-profit Apex for Youth, which mentors them and teaches them how to respond to harassment, racism and bullying.
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