Members of the Thai-American community, along with political leaders and members of law enforcement, participate in a rally against anti-Asian hate crimes in Los Angeles on April 8. Photo: Los Angeles Times via TNS Members of the Thai-American community, along with political leaders and members of law enforcement, participate in a rally against anti-Asian hate crimes in Los Angeles on April 8. Photo: Los Angeles Times via TNS
Members of the Thai-American community, along with political leaders and members of law enforcement, participate in a rally against anti-Asian hate crimes in Los Angeles on April 8. Photo: Los Angeles Times via TNS

Amid a wave of violence against Asian-Americans, some push for more of their history in classrooms

  • Teachers and advocacy groups have warned that Asian-American history remains largely absent in US schools
  • In some states legislators and school boards have slowly begun taking steps to introduce Asian-American and Pacific Islander history to schools

Topic |   Anti-Asian racism
Members of the Thai-American community, along with political leaders and members of law enforcement, participate in a rally against anti-Asian hate crimes in Los Angeles on April 8. Photo: Los Angeles Times via TNS Members of the Thai-American community, along with political leaders and members of law enforcement, participate in a rally against anti-Asian hate crimes in Los Angeles on April 8. Photo: Los Angeles Times via TNS
Members of the Thai-American community, along with political leaders and members of law enforcement, participate in a rally against anti-Asian hate crimes in Los Angeles on April 8. Photo: Los Angeles Times via TNS
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