End Violence

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End Violence

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This picture if relevant to what is happening to Asian Americans, they face hate crimes almost everyday ever since the outbreak of COVID-19. As a young student who is proud to be an Asian, living in America suddenly sounds like a scary reality that we don't want to face, afraid to be suddenly attack by people who believe Asians are the reason there is a global pandemic.
In this photograph man is helping the owner of the shop pick up his display stand after a group of teenagers vandalize his store in Chinatown.

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Human Rights Watch

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This item was submitted on May 29, 2020 by Katelyn Huynh using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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