大侠行天下日记 我见我闻我思 08/26
我见 我闻 我思
亚裔社区人士认為 ，不管报告如果描述，这都会对亚裔仇恨态度再度恶化，主要是去年川普已把病毒定名為中国病毒， 因而引发了至少九千件的仇恨反亚裔事件。
我们呼吁华亚裔在此时此刻， 要注意事态之发展 ，共同面对反亚裔未来之挑战。
COVID-19 Origin Report Could Fuel More Trouble
Leaders of the Asian American community are concerned that a report on the origins of the COVID-19 virus expected to be released this week by the Biden administration will be used to "legitimize racist language" and lead to more anti-Asian violence across the country.
Three months ago President Biden ordered a 90- day investigation into how the COVID-19 virus originated. The deadline of the report will be met this week.
One of the Asian community leaders said that no matter what the report says our community will continue being targeted by those who see us as foreigners.
In May of this year President Biden signed the COVID-19 Hate Crime Act into law. This was an effort to counter the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes and expedite the review of potential COVID-19 related hate crimes and incident reports.
A recent report showed that more than 9,000 reports of bias have been made since the beginning of the pandemic.
We sincerely urge that our community needs to be very alarmed at what the outcome of the report will be at the end of this month.
As Senator Hirono said, “We also want to remind President Biden that he should make every effort to not fuel the hate-starting with clear and specific language and to continue his condemnation of violence against the AAPI community.”
President Biden also met with a group of Asian leaders at the White House to discuss how to combat the rise of anti-Asian hate crimes, voting rights and immigration issues. We need to speak out about our current situation and we need to be united and fight for our rights.