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Asian Americans Have a Responsibility to Promote Anti-Racism in their Communities

We further the system of injustice against Black people through our actions, and in Thao’s case, our inaction.

On May 27, along with millions of other Americans, I watched the gut-wrenching footage of George Floyd losing consciousness as White officer…

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Mayeen Malik

Mayeen Malik

International Law+Human Rights. RPCV The Gambia, West Africa. Secular Humanist.

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