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The "Walk of Faith" on Saturday was initiated by Black Christian leaders to show solidarity to Asian communities amid ongoing anti-Asian violence.
The new event will join the ranks of the St. Patrick's and Puerto Rican Day parades.
A top police official says the department must do more to partner with mental health professionals.
The mayor was notably absent at a press conference on Sunday for Christina Yuna Lee, an Asian American woman who was brutally stabbed to death by a stranger in her apartment.
The anxieties health care workers are experiencing over the increased attacks are shared by Asian American patients, too. Some have avoided medical care during the pandemic.
The attack happened as the nation reels from shootings in Atlanta that killed eight people, including six Asian women.
Lee, who died at 73 last week from coronavirus, was a documentarian photographer of Asian Americans in New York City, shooting the community in moments of repose, work, and unrest.
"We are actually facing two different viruses. We are facing not just the coronavirus, but we are also facing an epidemic of anti-Asian sentiment," said Assemblywoman Yuh-Line Niou.
"Yo Granny’s In My Garbage" has offended some people who don't see the humor in a white woman putting on yellow makeup to parody can collectors.
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David Yassky is best known in some political circles as the
Asian American International Film Festival July 19 - 28, Asia Society Founded
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