Amid a rise in hate crimes, Black and Asian Americans are standing together: ‘Solidarity is the answer’

In the midst of an ascent in disdain violations, Black and Asian Americans are standing together: ‘Fortitude is the appropriate response’

Christine Fernando

N’dea Yancey-Bragg

USA TODAY

Rohan Zhou-Lee drove a horde of hundreds over the mid year in Brooklyn, amplifier close by and Pride banner surging in the breeze.

“Equity for Asians! Equity for Black individuals!” Zhou-Lee sang with individual nonconformists. Some conveyed instruments and ringers. Others waved signs with the words, “This is fortitude” and “We remain with Black lives.”

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