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Out of the recent shootings of Asians in Atlanta, and a growing number of attacks and racism, the Stop Asian Hate campaign emerged on social media and on the ground.

With the calls for more protection of the Asian community, a criticism of Black community members not being supportive has been articulated by major news. We talk about white terrorism in a Black Lives Matter and Stop Asian Hate moment. Contributors Dr. Sherice Janaye Nelson and Dame Crawford speak on the legal and political implications of the bill.

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