Black vs asian fight

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The recent spate of violent anti-Asian hate crimes has shocked the country — and we must all speak up about it, no matter who we are, especially now. One of us is a Black Muslim and the other a white Jew, and neither of us is Asian, but we are united with people of all communities who are opposed to anti-Asian violence and hate. There are too many examples to recount, but among the notable offenses was the killing in late January of an elderly Thai resident of San Francisco. He was assaulted from behind during his morning walk and killed. Shortly after, in Chinatown in neighboring Oakland, a year-old man was attacked from behind in broad daylight. An elderly Filipina was punched in the face on a public trolley in San Diego.

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We use cookies and other tracking technologies to improve your browsing experience on our site, show personalized content and targeted ads, analyze site traffic, and understand where our audiences come from. To learn more or opt-out, read our Cookie Policy. How white supremacy tried to divide Black and Asian Americans — and how communities worked to find common ground. Against the backdrop of anti-racism protests last summer, racist violence was surging in Chinatowns and Asian American communities across the country. In July, an year-old Chinese woman was set on fire while walking on the street after being slapped in the face in Brooklyn, New York. She scrambled to put out the fire, but it left a large burn mark on the back of her pink blouse — a grisly reminder of the attack.

The history of tensions — and solidarity — between Black and Asian American communities, explained

You can find the work of all the winners and runners-up here. A few weeks ago, my aunt decided to close the nail salon she had been running for years. Early on in the pandemic, her business was hit hard, regulars refusing to return and associating her salon with the spread of Covid. Now, she fears for the safety of her salon employees — most of them Asian and Asian-American women.
At the same time, the land has never been inhabited by only those two groups, and the ways in which other minorities interact with both Black America and white America offer key insight into that past. Case in point: The complex histories of both anti-Blackness and anti-racist solidarity within the Asian American community. That dynamic has come to the forefront especially in light of the presence of Tou Thao, an Asian American officer, at the death of George Floyd. That system is one that has been evolving for centuries, and still influences the work of many Asian American activists today. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, Asian Americans working as immigrant laborers in the U.