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Will Anti-Asian Violence Lead to More Policing in Oakland’s Chinatown?

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A volunteer security patrol team walks through Oakland's Chinatown on Feb. 26, 2021. (Beth LaBerge/KQED)

After months of local and national attacks against people in the AAPI community, Oakland Chinatown has rallied together to support their elders and businesses.

But the community is divided — and a generational gap exposed — over whether they want more policing to be part of the solution or not.

Guest: Julie Chang, KQED reporter

Episode transcript here.

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