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National Day of Action March 27: Call It What It Is, a Hate Crime! Stop Anti-Asian Violence, Stop China-Bashing!

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CODEPINK, the ANSWER Coalition, Pivot to Peace, the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, the Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs (APAPA), Qiao Collective, Labor Against Racism and War and more stand in solidarity with the Asian & Asian American community in the midst of the horrific, racist and misogynist massacre that took place in Atlanta on March 16th. Six Asian women were among the eight shot to death at point-blank range.

The alarming rise in anti Asian-violence over the past year correlates to an increasingly hostile U.S. foreign policy towards China. The opportunistic scapegoating of China during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with the intensity by which China is deemed the enemy and adversary of the United States, has driven a widespread Sinophobic sentiment nationally. The Asian American community suffers the brunt of the hatred fomented as a weapon of war. To date, there have been 3,800 self-reported hate crimes against Asian Americans.

The mainstream media’s failure to label the Atlanta shooting as racially-motivated crime demonstrates the gross disregard and injustice that our communities are facing. Racism is a sick symptom of a system that profits from war and violence. And to put insult to injury, the cop handling the case was found to be promoting anti-China paraphernalia.

Join us on March 27th for a national day of action demanding an end to anti-Asian racist violence, an end to violence against women and end to white supremacy now!


RESOURCES

Mutual aid & ways to support Asian & Asian Americans


CITIES YOU CAN JOIN BELOW:

Ann Arbor

Asheville

Atlanta

Austin

Boston

Burlington

Chicago

Columbia

Corona

Dallas

DC

Denver

Detroit

Greenville

Honolulu

Houston

Ithaca

Jackson

Lancaster

Lauderhill

Livermore

Modesto

New York

Pittsburgh

Portland

Provo

Reno

Richland

Seattle

Sequim

St Pete

Sylva

Syracuse

& MORE TO COME! Contact [email protected] to start an event in your city!


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CONTACT

Maxine Garcia ·

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Add to Calendar 27-03-2021 13:00:00 27-03-2021 16:00:00 America/New_York National Day of Action March 27: Call It What It Is, a Hate Crime! Stop Anti-Asian Violence, Stop China-Bashing! CODEPINK, the ANSWER Coalition, Pivot to Peace, the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, the Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs (APAPA), Qiao Collective, Labor Against Racism and War and more stand in solidarity with the Asian & Asian American community in the midst of the horrific, racist and misogynist massacre that took place in Atlanta on March 16th. Six Asian women were among the eight shot to death at point-blank range. The alarming rise in anti Asian-violence over the past year correlates to an increasingly hostile U.S. foreign policy towards China. The opportunistic scapegoating of China during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with the intensity by which China is deemed the enemy and adversary of the United States, has driven a widespread Sinophobic sentiment nationally. The Asian American community suffers the brunt of the hatred fomented as a weapon of war. To date, there have been 3,800 self-reported hate crimes against Asian Americans. The mainstream media’s failure to label the Atlanta shooting as racially-motivated crime demonstrates the gross disregard and injustice that our communities are facing. Racism is a sick symptom of a system that profits from war and violence. And to put insult to injury, the cop handling the case was found to be promoting anti-China paraphernalia. Join us on March 27th for a national day of action demanding an end to anti-Asian racist violence, an end to violence against women and end to white supremacy now! RESOURCES Mutual aid & ways to support Asian & Asian Americans CODEPINK statement in response to the violent murders of Asian and Asian American women in Atlanta, Georgia this week Anti-Asian hate webinar: China is Not Our Enemy with the People's Forum Why do we need peace with China?   Learn about China! CITIES YOU CAN JOIN BELOW: Albuquerque Ann Arbor Asheville Atlanta Austin Birmingham Boston Burlington Chicago Coatesville Columbia Corona Dallas DC Denver Detroit Eastsound Grand Marais Greensburg Greenville Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Ithaca Jackson Jacksonville Lancaster Lauderhill Livermore Los Angeles Modesto New Haven New York Philadelphia Pittsburgh Portland Providence Provo Reno Richland Sacramento Salt Lake City San Diego San Francisco Seattle Sequim Springfield St Pete Sylva Syracuse Yellow Springs & MORE TO COME! Contact [email protected] to start an event in your city! Maxine Garcia [email protected]