“We are loyal Americans.” Those four words set the tone for a conversation on Monday about the unending hate that has been directed at Asians and Asian-Americans in the United States. They were spoken by Brian Sun, a partner at the Norton Rose Fulbright law firm, who moderated a panel at the inaugural Eradicate Hate … Continue reading “We are loyal Americans:” Eradicate Hate Global Summit acknowledges, seeks answers to anti-Asian feelings in U.S.
An opinion piece that reminds us Western media are complicit in the animus surrounding Asians. Despite WHO Director-General Tedros Ghebreyesus’s calls to avoid politicizing the virus and “pointing fingers,” because it would hinder international cooperation crucial to combating the pandemic, Western media have also echoed the Republican Party’s strategy of blaming China to avoid accountability … Continue reading FAIR: Western Media Incite Anti-Asian Racism When They Join in Cold War Against China
An important reminder that animus directed at Asians in the U.S. has a lengthy and documented record.
This story reminds us that racists can be found everywhere. But when that person is responsible for enforcing the law, there's a real problem.
This opinion piece offers a blunt assessment of why recent anti-Asian sentiment has exploded inn the U.S.
The horrible event that unfolded earlier this week in Atlanta must be classified as a hate crime. The available evidence indicates the domestic terrorist -- and let's not argue that fact -- deliberately targeted women of Asian descent. He wanted to kill them for no other reason than their ethnicity. The indefensible comments made by … Continue reading Hatred of Asians
Racism knows no bounds, even in a place as supposedly liberal as San Francisco
It appears a Duquesne University professor who used a racial slur in class will be allowed to get his job back. Pity. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has the details. Mr. Gormley on Friday met a deadline to respond to a faculty grievance committee’s recommendation that Gary Shank be reinstated. Members last month found the professor “exercised … Continue reading Duquesne University caves?
You want to take a knee when the national anthem plays? You do it. Your symbolic action is working. And it needs to be followed by much more meaningful action. I could make a dry, legal argument (no offense to lawyers) that kneeling is constitutional. But that misses the point. The more important reason why … Continue reading You want to take a knee? You do it!