Documenting the Actions after the Atlanta Spa Shootings

PBS recently aired Rising Against Asian Hate: One Day in March, a documentary opening with the shootings by a young Caucasian man who deliberately targeted three spas in the Atlanta area.

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Unequal Media Coverage of Russian Invasion of Ukraine

As I write this post, it has been nearly two weeks since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Thousands of Ukrainians have hid in subway stations and bomb shelters, fled to neighboring countries, and fought like hell. There’s no doubt that Ukrainians need help in this time of crisis, and for the world to expose Russian President Vladimir Putin for who he is.

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Uyghur kids recall physical and mental torment at Chinese boarding schools in Xinjiang

This traumatically moving article is published on NPR. A portion will be posted here, so please visit NPR for the remainder of the story as well as viewing the photos that accompany the story. You can also listen to the story as it was heard on All Things Considered. Please know that by sharing their stories publicly, the family in the article is risking their lives.

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How to Address the Surge of Anti-Asian Hate Crimes

With the recent surge in Anti-Asian hate crimes all over the U.S., we need to find a way to combat this. Anti-Asian sentiment did not start with COVID-19, rather when Asians arrived and were viewed as threatening. Anti-Asian sentiment was felt throughout American history in major events, such as the Chinese Exclusion Act, World War II, and the recession in 2007/08.

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China proposes changes to Hong Kong’s electoral system

The article below is from CNBC. Visit the source for two videos accompanying the article.

China proposes changes to Hong Kong’s electoral system

MAR 4 2021

Yen Nee Lee

The flag of Hong Kong flies from a ferry boat on July 2, 1997, a day after the former British colony returned to Chinese rule.
The flag of Hong Kong flies from a ferry boat on July 2, 1997, a day after the former British colony returned to Chinese rule.
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