Cynthia Choi

co-founder of Stop AAPI Hate, and co-executive director of Chinese for Affirmative Action

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It’s been a year since a gunman killed eight people at three Atlanta-area spas. Six were women of Asian descent.

No community is immune to violence, we must come together, says AAPI activist

It’s been a year since a gunman killed eight people at three Atlanta-area spas. Six were women of Asian descent.

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