The rally is planned across a growing number of cities, including Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, Atlanta, New York, Henderson, Nevada, Columbus, Ohio and Houston. From the physical and verbal attacks, to the heightened strain from the pandemic, many Asian Americans have experienced an increase of hate incidents, according to AAPI Data. It’s reported some 2 million Asians have experienced an increase in these types of hate incidents.
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