Recently, Asians in major cities in the United States have held demonstrations for many consecutive days to protest against discrimination and hate crimes against Asians.
On April 4th local time, a large number of citizens of San Francisco gathered near the city hall for an “anti-Asian-hate” rally.
On the same day, the participants wore T-shirts with the words “Asian people are powerful” and held slogans such as “Stop Asian hatred” to oppose the recent series of hate crimes against Asian people. Event organizers teach people self-defense skills on the spot and encourage people to defend bravely when they encounter hate crimes.
Protest organizer Wushu coach Hudson Liao: We can’t wait for policies and politicians. This requires long-term systemic reform. Now that old people may be killed when they walk on the street. Who do you want to reason?
At present, similar dialogue has lost its direction. If someone feels that there is nothing wrong with this kind of thing, how can I talk to He communicates, so the top priority now is to talk to his Asian compatriots, because many people are full of fear, I don’t want my compatriots to live in fear, I don’t want my mother to live in fear.