Members of Boston’s Asian-American community stand at the steps of the Statehouse in March 2020 to protest against racism, fearmongering and misinformation amid the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: AP Members of Boston’s Asian-American community stand at the steps of the Statehouse in March 2020 to protest against racism, fearmongering and misinformation amid the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: AP
Members of Boston’s Asian-American community stand at the steps of the Statehouse in March 2020 to protest against racism, fearmongering and misinformation amid the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: AP

Joe Biden seeks racial equity for Asian-Americans in wake of Donald Trump’s anti-China talk

  • The US president signed four executive orders, including one that gives the Justice Department more resources to track hate crimes against Asian-Americans
  • Other orders look to expand fair housing rules, limit use of private prisons and strengthen tribal sovereignty

Topic |   Joe Biden’s China policy
Members of Boston’s Asian-American community stand at the steps of the Statehouse in March 2020 to protest against racism, fearmongering and misinformation amid the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: AP Members of Boston’s Asian-American community stand at the steps of the Statehouse in March 2020 to protest against racism, fearmongering and misinformation amid the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: AP
Members of Boston’s Asian-American community stand at the steps of the Statehouse in March 2020 to protest against racism, fearmongering and misinformation amid the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: AP
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