While the Atlanta Georgia shooting was not announced as a hate crime by local authorities, the public emotion is still raw surrounding the deaths of six Asian women at three massage parlors.
The shooter, Robert Aaron Long claims he suffered from an addiction to pornography
Activists have taken to the streets in response to this incident across the country. Using the echoes of the George Floyd riots as a template to work off of, including making yellow squares out of their social media profiles instead of black ones.
Over in New York City we get a gruelling picture about the state of affairs.
Immediately at the start of the video we can see New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio being escorted away from the demonstration, with people calling him a racist.
The video continues with a statement to the press given by prominent Asian-American political figure Andrew Yang. He is currently running a campaign for Mayor of New York City. He expressed shock at this type of racial animosity has become a thing in America, and expressed his hopes that he can work to stop it from happening again.
The video continues by giving us play-by-plays of the evening’s protest, as well as short profiles of the demonstrators who showed up.
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