大侠行天下日记 我见我闻我思 06/15
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Millions Of Asians Still In “Lockdown”
Many Asian Americans are still in lockdown, even as many Americans are leaping into summer with “unmasked normalcy.”
People living on the east coast, especially in New York, are worried about riding in the subway. A surge of anti-Asian attacks during the pandemic is now holding back many Asian families from joining the rest of Americans to normal.
Almost all Asians now say they are afraid for their safety. Many people still avoid subways and public transportation and most are staying away from restaurants.
Many people don’t want to go to supermarkets other than Asian markets where they feel more comfortable.
According to the AAPI, a coalition of community and academic organizations, there were more than 6,600 attacks and other incidents targeting Asians in this country.
Many parents also now worry about their children returning to school and want them to feel safe.
Today we are urging the government to take more action to protect our citizens. We need to increase more police patrols to protect our residents.
According to the new U.S. Census, there are twenty-two million Asian Americans living in the U.S. Most of the population are well-educated and professional people who are here to serve the country and take care of their families.
It is very regrettable that a lot of politicians because they are trying to make a political statement only create more hate against Asian Americans.
We want all Asian people to be united and to fight back and be careful when you look at your local politicians. When the election time comes, we need to judge them by their behavior.