Members and supporters of the Asian-American community hold placards during a rally against hate at Manhattans Union Square. Photo: dpa Members and supporters of the Asian-American community hold placards during a rally against hate at Manhattans Union Square. Photo: dpa
Members and supporters of the Asian-American community hold placards during a rally against hate at Manhattans Union Square. Photo: dpa
Crime

Asian-Americans rally in New York to condemn racism following rise in hate crimes

  • Attacks on Asian-Americans have drawn more attention after the Atlanta shootings but many in New York said they have faced harsh racism for generations
  • Mayoral candidate Andrew Yang said at Columbus Park that he would put more funding into the city’s Asian Hate Crimes Task Force if elected

Topic |   Crime
Members and supporters of the Asian-American community hold placards during a rally against hate at Manhattans Union Square. Photo: dpa Members and supporters of the Asian-American community hold placards during a rally against hate at Manhattans Union Square. Photo: dpa
Members and supporters of the Asian-American community hold placards during a rally against hate at Manhattans Union Square. Photo: dpa
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