An Asian American student was stabbed multiple times in the head while waiting to get off a bus at Indiana University. The attack has yet to be called a hate crime, though the attacker reportedly targeted the victim because she was “Chinese.” It’s clear that anti-Asian violence continues even past the surge the U.S. saw in 2020. But what more needs to be done?
Reset discusses with a panel of Asian American activists and community members.
GUESTS: Abbey Eusebio, Anti-Hate Action Center manager for the Chinese American Service League
Ami Gandhi, former NAPAWF Chicago member and current NAPAWF Indiana member, senior counsel at Chicago Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights
Andrea Chu, Midwest organizing manager with Asian American Advancing Justice Chicago
Emily Etzkorn, graduate assistant for the University of Illinois Chicago’s Asian American Resource and Cultural Center