NYT: What Most Asian American Leaders Seem To Publicly Agree On Is Denouncing The Impulse To View The Crimes As A Black-On-Asian Pattern
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From the New York Times news section:

Asian Americans Grapple With Tide of Attacks: ‘We Need Our Safety Back’

Younger Asian American leaders want to rely less on traditional policing solutions, while more traditional cultural and business groups favor them.

By Jeffery C. Mays, Dana Rubinstein and Grace Ashford
March 6, 2022

… What most Asian Americans leaders seem to publicly agree on is denouncing the impulse to view the crimes as a Black-on-Asian pattern. Racial divisions and stereotypes can “strain the community relationships that have been built,” said Vanessa Leung, [Email her] who is co-executive director of the Coalition for Asian American Children and Families.

So, on second thought, never mind.

Forget we ever mentioned the topic.

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