The Effect of Covid-19 on Chinatown and Asian- Americans
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This piece is an Autoethnography about my experience living in Chinatown during the Covid-19 pandemic, as a half Chinese person. This piece details my emotions about rising Asian hate crimes, as well as how Manhattan Chinatown experienced massive financial strain due to stigma and lack of governmental aid, and how the pandemic had affected my family personally.
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Mellon Transfer Student Research Program
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English Social Issues
English Race & Ethnicity
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New York City
Asian American hate
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Asian & Pacific Islander Voices
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This item was submitted on March 22, 2022 by Meili Gutierrez using the form “Share Your Story With Us” on the site “Brooklyn College New York”: https://covid-19archive.org/s/brooklyncollegeClick here to view the collected data.