The cover of the Stop AAPI Hate report “The Blame Game” features this photograph of a bus shelter advertisement in New York City, part of efforts by the Asian-American community to raise awareness and discourage hate speech and action. Photo: MK Luff
The cover of the Stop AAPI Hate report “The Blame Game” features this photograph of a bus shelter advertisement in New York City, part of efforts by the Asian-American community to raise awareness and discourage hate speech and action. Photo: MK Luff

Asian-American representatives seek an end to anti-Asian rhetoric ahead of US midterm elections

  • Report by advocacy group Stop AAPI Hate links a rise in inflammatory language to an increase in hate crimes against Asian-Americans
  • ‘We’ve seen how the rhetoric used about our communities … results in the harm and even murder of Asian-Americans,’ says US Representative Judy Chu

The cover of the Stop AAPI Hate report “The Blame Game” features this photograph of a bus shelter advertisement in New York City, part of efforts by the Asian-American community to raise awareness and discourage hate speech and action. Photo: MK Luff
The cover of the Stop AAPI Hate report “The Blame Game” features this photograph of a bus shelter advertisement in New York City, part of efforts by the Asian-American community to raise awareness and discourage hate speech and action. Photo: MK Luff
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