By Isaac Klein and Kyra Miles
In the past year, a substantial increase of hate crimes against Asian Americans has plagued the country. On March 16, a gunman killed eight people in Atlanta. Six of them were Asian American women. In response to the shootings, Asian Americans and their allies have gathered together to hold vigils and rallies all over the country.
On this edition of the Carolina Connection Podcast, Asian Americans in the Triangle reflect on the history of racism in the United States as they share their personal stories and offer ideas on how to fight for a more just and equitable future.