March 27th, local time, Asian anti-discrimination marches broke out in many parts of the United States.
In Flushing, New York, hundreds of people gathered to condemn the recent violent crimes and discrimination against Asians in many parts of the United States. Some protesters told reporters that they had lived in the United States for more than 30 years, but the recent series of racial discrimination incidents had made them unbearable and had to take to the streets to express their demands.
After the protesters gathered, they shouted slogans such as “Asian Americans will not talk”, “stop hatred, stop violence” and “we will fight back”, and marched in the main streets of Flushing area with slogans such as “stop hatred for Asians” and “Say no to racial discrimination”.
It is understood that the event was held in dozens of cities in the United States at the same time on the same day, and demonstrations appeared in at least two places in New York alone. This is the third consecutive week that there have been anti-discrimination demonstrations of Asians in New York.